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Synonyms for straight

directly

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immediately

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frankly

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go straight

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Synonyms for straight

proceeding or lying in an uninterrupted line or course

having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

conforming to established practice or standards

not diluted or mixed with other substances

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a poker hand with 5 consecutive cards (regardless of suit)

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a straight segment of a roadway or racecourse

successive (without a break)

having no deviations

(of hair) having no waves or curls

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erect in posture

in keeping with the facts

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characterized by honesty and fairness

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no longer coiled

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free from curves or angles

neatly arranged

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not homosexual

accurately fitted

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without evasion or compromise

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without water

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following a correct or logical method

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rigidly conventional or old-fashioned

without deviation

in a forthright manner

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It is worth noting, however, that the length of the etiolated shoots is an important variable and can be straightly related with the number of nodal segments to be cultivated in multiplication medium.
If universal primary is taken as a starting point, and a higher proportion of high skilled labor is taken as the final target, one path would be going straightly from one to the other (college subsidy).
It straightly indicates the decrease of CDK4 occurred in BT-483 could be interpreted as a consequence of the cyclin D3 loss but not the cyclin Dl.
If, as Viollet-le-Duc tells us to believe, a building reflects the character of its inhabitants, it must be impossible for one reared in an Eastern palace to think straightly or speak freely or--but here the annals of Rajputana contradict the theory--to act openly.
He contrasts "thinking of a straightly causal kind" with ideas of "parallel processing, self-organizing structuration, and often unanticipated feedback loops.
Black in complexion, straightly built and in her seventies Bint Majdhub's beauty is legendary in its originality and durability.
We are actually dealing with burials in opposite directions but the deceased have been placed in the graves in a similar way: both upper bodies have been laid straightly, only their legs have been flexed from knees towards right.
Pygidium sparsely and granulosely punctured, punctures shortly and straightly setigerous; its apical margin subcrenulate at middle and therein with dense, fine and elongate cilia.
As for] this second part on which the second contact obtains, if it connects with the first [previous] locus of contact, whether at an angle or not at an angle, then the sphere [in either case] becomes straightly extended, but this is impossible [if it is a real sphere].
Finally, a methodological tools listing is included, through which individuals--specifically those related to information science--can contribute straightly to develop the information society as well as others, which represent the general proficiencies that should be generalized and whose acquirement and application have to do more with individuals' natural skills.
It is not enough to orient or, straightly, conduct another state's affairs in an indirect or covert way, as the United States and USSR did during the Cold War years, but it is necessary to discipline directly the dissident bodies.
In this case, the MCB clearly has no incentives to adopt an overtly deceiving strategy or a concealing strategy, as it would otherwise have to forgo real benefits of output expansion in the first period; instead, it will waste no time to set its exchange-rate strategy straightly to maximize the social welfare value.
In "The Restive Brute: The Symbolic Presentation of Repression and Sublimation in Kate Chopin's 'Fedora,'" the primary piece of criticism on the story to date, Joyce Dyer suggests that such outbursts will be the extent of Fedora's expression of her sexuality: "[Fedora] may try to caress the clothing of Young Malthers (or of other men) and to press desperate kisses on the mouths of unacceptable surrogates, but in public she will forever stare straightly ahead--'unruffled.