One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Thompson, who impresses with his vigour, drive and forthrightness, should not be hung out to dry for doing what, in all honesty, any new owner would have undertaken.’
- ‘Again and again in the exhibition, one feels that Conner not only got there first but did so with welcome concision, intensity and forthrightness.’
- ‘Partisanship as practiced in Europe has its strengths - vigor and forthrightness, among them.’
- ‘In this spirit of forthrightness, I feel I must tell you that, strictly speaking, I'm not supposed to leave the castle without my entourage.’
- ‘Apparently it shows in my stubbornness and forthrightness.’
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