outspokenly


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out·spo·ken

 (out-spō′kən)
adj.
1. Spoken without reserve; candid.
2. Frank and unreserved in speech. See Synonyms at frank1.

out·spo′ken·ly adv.
out·spo′ken·ness n.

outspokenly

(aʊtˈspəʊkənlɪ)
adv
in a manner which is candid or bold (in speech)
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.outspokenly - in an outspoken manner; "he was outspokenly critical of the Government's new social policy"
Translations

outspokenly

[aʊtˈspəʊkənlɪ] ADVfrancamente, abiertamente

outspokenly

advgeradeheraus, unverblümt; answer, write alsofreimütig; remark alsodirekt

outspokenly

[ˌaʊtˈspəʊknlɪ] adv (support, condemn) → apertamente
outspokenly in favour of → apertamente in favore di
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I can see that plain enough," she said outspokenly. "I've no patience with folk as sits an' just stares at good bread an' meat.
The band Junoon is outspokenly known for its Sufi Rock protest.
China outspokenly said that India should avoid 'unilateral actions' in Jammu and Kashmir to avoid escalation of tension in the region.
Iraq's position on the Palestinian cause has been outspokenly outlined by officials of various standing across the country's political spectrum.
The fact that some of these candidates, often more outspokenly leftwing and/or non-white, like my district's representative, Deborah Gonzalez, (Georgia House district 117) nevertheless won their seat, shows how insular the party establishment is.
The Deerfield Democrat strongly supported his party's presidential nominee, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in 2016, and Schneider has been outspokenly critical of Trump's remarks and policies.
He was outspokenly critical of Anwar Al Sadat of Egypt and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat for their respective peace deals with Israel, only praising one Arab leader by name, being Jamal Abdul Nasser.
As one academic commented: "He's never met a country he hasn't wanted to destroy." He is also outspokenly anti-Muslim.
'To deal with Iran's success in various fields, the enemies have outspokenly said that they would shift the problem to Tehran which is their own message and has nothing to do with our analysis,' he said.
USJ's Amal coordinator Ahmad Ramadan, 23, told The Daily Star that the Secular Club -- a party outspokenly pro-LGBT rights -- did not represent his party's views, "but every faculty has its particularities; some call upon you to participate with people with whom you wouldn't usually if you're a bit weak there."
In his 2015 autobiography, Cypriot media mogul Costis Hadjicostis -- owner of Sigma TV and Simerini newspaper, two of the most outspokenly critical outlets in the run-up to the referendum -- revealed that, prior to the crucial Burgenstock session, where the final negotiations on the Annan Plan were to be held, he had told then President Tassos Papadopoulos that his media would "prepare the public" for the rejection of the plan.