Definition of "forthrightly" [forthrightly]

  • In a forthright manner (adverb)

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Use "forthrightly" in a sentence
  • "Below this formal structure lies a crucial reality, which Penn is almost alone in forthrightly disclosing: students have a much better chance of being admitted if they apply early decision than if they wait to join the regular pool."
  • "He accused Assad's regime of murder but did not call forthrightly for the President's departure, as he had when Libya's dictator, Muammar Qaddafi, ordered that protesters be shot."
  • "David Landau, formerly editor-in-chief of Haaretz, called forthrightly for just such a boycott: 'I call on parliaments throughout the democratic world, and inter-parliamentary associations, to boycott Israel's parliament, once the pride of the Jewish people, until it buries the bill and recovers its democratic heritage.'"