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Use "blunter" in a sentence
"To be even blunter, is the system designed to avoid "rip-offs"?"
"In October last year, I said that the Tories needed to be "blunter" - meaning that they needed to cut the waffle, and come up with some catchy phrases to counter those which Brown repeats ad nauseam."
"WASHINGTON -- White House senior adviser David Plouffe, talking about the 2012 campaign in much blunter terms than is common for an administration off..."