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forthright
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
directness (honest without subtlety or evasion)
  • His sermon was a forthright denunciation of sin, an austere declaration of the motto on the wall behind him: he warned his flock against the evils of heady brews, gambling, and strange women.
    p. 162.0
forthright = direct (without subtlety)
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