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Synonyms: 1. Candid 2. Direct 3. Forthright 4. Plain 5. Straight 6. Straightforward 7. Explicit 8. Unequivocal 9. Unambiguous 10. Unvarnished 11. Bald 12. Open 13. Honest 14. Truthful 15. Sincere 16. Guileless 17. Artless 18. Outspoken 19. Bluff 20. Blunt ...21. Brutal 22. Unsparing 23. Upfront 24. Round 25. Secretive 26. Dishonest 27. Open 28. Undisguised 29. Unconcealed 30. Naked 31. Unmistakable 32. Clear 33. Obvious 34. Transparent 35. Patent 36. Manifest 37. Evident 38. Noticeable 39. Visible 40. Perceptible 41. Palpable 42. Blatant 43. Barefaced 44. Flagrant 45. Glaring 46. Bold 47. Stark 48. Hidden 49. Stamp 50. Postmark 51. Imprint 52. Print 53. Mark 54. Stamp 55. Postmark 56. Imprint 57. Mark 58. Frankfurter 59. Legal See more »
1. Better a frank denial than unwillig compliance 
2. I know frank will be delighted to see you
3. I'll be frank with you
4. frank was a genuinely friendly sort
5. What is needed is a frank exchange of views
6. Let me be perfectly frank with you
7. He was completely frank with her about what happened
8. There followed a frank exchange of views
9. frank ran dodgy errands for a seedy local villain
10. He is frank with me about everything
11. frank looked at Jim with imploring eyes
12. They taunted frank with being poor
13. frank gaped He couldn't believe what he was seeing
14. To be frank with you I think your son has little chance of passing the exam
15. frank didn't like having the cops know where to find him
16. frank took a large ring of keys from his pocket
17. The meeting was described as 'a frank and honest exchange of views'
18. This letter must be from Frank; I recognized his scrawl
19. If you'll bear with me Frankhttp://sentencedictcom/frankhtml just let me try to explain
20. frank is completely selfish - he only cares about number one
21. You misheard me frank
22. frank treated us to dinner
23. Ronan Rafferty had tied with frank Nobilo
24. frank got tanked up again last night
25. She was dying to talk to frank
26. The play was directed by frank Hauser
27. frank is taking up with economics
28. "It is clear that my client has been less than frank with me[sentencedictcom]" said his lawyer
29. I'm delighted to receive the announcement of your marriage and now send you and your frank my sincere congratulations and best wishes for a happy and harmonious life together
30. The word frank comes from the name of the Franks, a West Germanic people who lived long ago. In the early Middle Ages the Franks were in power in France. (It was from them that the country got its name, in Latin Francia.)
31. How to use frank in a sentence. Did You Know? Synonym Discussion of frank. 32. A signature or mark affixed by special privilege to a letter, package, or the like to ensure its transmission free of charge, as by mail. the privilege of franking letters, packages, etc. verb (used with object) 33.
32. Franking comprises all devices, markings, or combinations thereof (" franks ") applied to mails of any class which qualifies them to be postally serviced.
33. frank has a very long HP bar and can survive a lot of attacks from enemies. Use him as the main gem carrier in Gem Grab and he'll keep those gems within your team's hold. Wait For Enemy To Be Distracted Before Attacking Frank's attacks have a delay, making it easy for enemies to just side step away from his range.
34. Frank, utilizing his athleticism and pesky defense, was able to stick to De’Aaron Fox for a majority of the contest. While Fox did land 29 points, Ntilikina did a great job on the floor, recording three steals and two assists, finishing with a +17 +/-. “It was matchups,’’ Thibodeau said. “I wanted to get a look at frank.
35. The name is said to derive from the Latin inscription francorum rex (Style of the French sovereign: King of the Franks) used on early French coins and until the 18th century, or from the French franc, meaning "frank" (and "free" in certain contexts, such as coup franc, "free kick").
36. A man named frank donated a huge amount of money to USPS so if you can’t afford postage simply write the word “Frank” where the stamp goes and your letter will be sent for free.
37. As Sean Couturier slid into the center-ice circle to lead the Flyers' post-practice stretches, his popular nickname was bellowed out by his teammates. "Coooooooooots," they said gleefully while tapping their sticks. There's a comforting feeling for the Flyers when their 2019-20 frank J. Selke Trophy
38. “Positively Kids is so thrilled to have frank Marino partnering with us on this very important message” stated Fred Schultz, CEO of Positively Kids. “Nevada has one of the highest opioid use
39. The frank warriors, or as they were also known Frankish warriors were the battle savvy, and proud Germanic tribe that eventually become the founders of the country of France. The Franks were a powerful tribe even among the strong and bristling Germanic tribes of the time, and were often reported to be one of the largest too.
40. (see paragraph 1 above) are entitled on a restricted basis to use the frank during the 90-day period immediately following the date on which they leave office. During this period, use of the frank is limited to matters directly related to the closing of the official business of the congressional or other respective office.
41. Frank's RedHot® Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce was the secret ingredient in the first ever Buffalo Wings recipe. To give your wings authentic Buffalo flavor, use 3 parts Frank's RedHot® Original and 2 parts melted butter. Toss your wings in this mixture and serve.
42. Anne Frank, Jewish girl whose diary of her family’s years in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands is a classic of war literature. After being discovered by the Gestapo in 1944, the Franks were sent to concentration camps, and Anne died in Bergen-Belsen in 1945. Her diary was published two years later.

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