The characteristic or quality of being forthright(noun)
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Use "forthrightness" in a sentence
"I applaud Walters for talking about the issue, because given the closed-off generation in which she grew up and the other conflicts going on in her family (her father's financial problems that sent them from wealthy into a working class existence), I think her forthrightness is important."
"However, there are times, like today, when my reward for my incredible dedication and forthrightness is the joy spelled out on the faces of our most special treasures: Our children."
"I mean, anyone who was ever a child and who’s ever written a letter to Santa proclaiming to have been a Very Good Boy (slash Girl) This Year might know that total forthrightness is far overrated. scatterbrain"