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frank adj.

VERBS be

ADV. extremely, remarkably, very | absolutely, perfectly, quite Let me be perfectly frank with you. | fairly | delightfully, disarmingly, refreshingly She surveyed Sophie from top to toe in a disarmingly frank way. | brutally She was brutally frank in her assessment of our chances. | surprisingly

PREP. about Macmillan was quite frank about his concerns. | with To be frank with you, I don't really think you've got a chance.

PHRASES full and frank a full and frank exchange of views