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Definition of "bluntly" []

  • In a blunt manner; without delicacy, or the usual forms of civility. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bluntly" in a sentence
  • "This one's about, well, a hotel for dogs, as the title bluntly suggests, but instead of Sandler's shrill barking and over-the-top gestures, we have the adorable and classy Emma Roberts (niece to Julia)."
  • "Schiller once taught them a lesson when he reminded the petty tyrants of the Press of his time of what he called bluntly:"
  • "A vote for Prop. 23 is a vote to turn the lungs of poor children into a snack for dinosaurs, to put it in bluntly Hollywood-ish terms."