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above board

adj, adv (aboveboard when prenominal)
in the open; without dishonesty, concealment, or fraud
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And you're the last above board of that same meddling crew; and you have the Davy Jones's insolence to up and stand for cap'n over me--you, that sank the lot of us
My Aunt Jane always said it was best to be open and above board in everything, and especially in religion.
Toller, "Cheshire was all right--all fair and above board.
Honestly, and all above board, those big clockwork dolls of mine do bring your coals or claret or a timetable quicker than any live servants I've ever known, if you know which knob to press.
As for me, I play my game squarely, fairly, and above board, as I always do.
It was listed by Geralynn Bozza of Above Board Real Estate and sold by Jeannine DePierro of SAS Real Estate.
In letters to the UK's Guardian, he assures that everything is above board and that the fund has already seen positive returns from its investments.
It is deplorable that a section of media is distorting the facts in the backdrop of martyrdoms in Kashmir as a result of Indian indiscriminate firing across the LoC, and casting aspersions on the President, whose conduct and integrity are above board.
Ginagarantiya ko ho sa inyo na wala hong nakinabang dito , walang kalokohan ho ito, above board lahat at malinaw ang konsensya namin.
com)-- For the sixth year, Above Board Chamber of Florida presents its popular luncheon program, How to Get Discovered by the Media, from 11:30 a.
Apparently it's all above board because they were called in by the gardai but the bottom line is armed soldiers were, by proxy, assisting the banks to recover money owed to them.
While talking to reporters outside parliament, he said that some leaders in the PPP claim of boast themselves above board and superior, but in reality they were not.