bluntish

bluntish

(ˈblʌntɪʃ)
adj
somewhat blunt
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My bluntish point is that anyone trying to get into Glasgow city centre for an afternoon's spend better come in a helicopter if they want anywhere near Argyle Street.
Traditionally, optometrists have distanced themselves from the commercial side of the business and adopted a paternalistic attitude towards their clients (Bluntish, 1991).