Examples of outspoken in a Sentence
She has been an outspoken advocate of women's rights throughout her life.
an outspoken and controversial radio host
She's very outspoken about political issues.
Recent Examples of outspoken from the Web
Nicknamed Earl the Pearl, Allen was described as outspoken, but with a big heart and love for family.
Both countries have been outspoken in their climate change concerns and support for the Paris agreement.
In the past, Warren has been outspoken about the department’s relationship with student loan servicer Sallie Mae despite, which continued despite ongoing allegations of improper activity.
Since beginning the course, she's become more outspoken.
That event raised public awareness about the dangers of heart disease and gave one outspoken scientist, Ancel Keys, a platform to promote his research findings showing a correlation between heart disease and dietary fat consumption.
As a senator starting in 1999, Bunning was not associated with major legislation but was a strong voice in the emerging conservative movement and an outspoken critic of the Federal Reserve System.
This archly witty English pop-rock band has gained a fervent — and growing — American audience in the last two years, thanks in part to the reputation of its outspoken lead singer, Matthew Healy.
He was known as an outspoken conservative at Duke University.
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OUTSPOKEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outspoken for English Language Learners
: talking in a free and honest way about your opinions
OUTSPOKEN Defined for Kids
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