Examples of honestly in a Sentence
Officials counted the votes honestly.
The bank has always dealt honestly with me.
I can honestly say that I have never seen that man before today.
He spoke honestly about the mistakes he had made.
She honestly believes that she has been mistreated.
Recent Examples of honestly from the Web
Its rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces needed to be honestly priced but also ethically-sourced; AUrate’s gold is recycled.
Which, honestly, is a bit achey after dragging away the horse head.
The film also introduces us to Moose, played by Adam Sevani, who honestly should have more of a career.
Cell phone service was spotty at best, and honestly, I was delighted by a break from the digital world.
And why is that — that Dale Jr. thoroughly and honestly enjoyed his first big-time broadcast — so important?
And, honestly, Barack Obama gave a -- some really good messages in that speech, as Shelby said, about moping, about participating, getting involved.
California has the highest poverty rate in the country and most people don’t trust or honestly expect politicians to do anything about that.
The sensation honestly gets lost with those traditional controllers in a big, loose-fitting pocket.
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as a matter of fact, in actuality, in fact, in point of fact, in reality, in truth, to be sure;
HONESTLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of honestly for English Language Learners
: without cheating or lying : in an honest way
: in a genuine way : without pretending
—used to stress that a statement is true
HONESTLY Defined for Kids
Definition of honestly for Students
- They made their money honestly.
- She was honestly scared.
- Honestly, I don't know how you do it.
- Is that your excuse? Honestly!
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