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
Webster has been an outspoken religious leader on social justice issues in Alabama, especially on the issue of predatory lending.
Robertson was used to criticism about her outspoken views on feminism and politics.
Jenkins, who was known as Prince and was described by some inmates as outspoken, told Boland not to treat him like a child.
Ai Weiwei, the outspoken Chinese artist, who lives in Germany, said on Twitter.
Combined with his outspoken beliefs, and what seemed to many to be a radical and dangerous worldview, Abdul-Rauf couldn’t even get a try-out with another team once his contract with the Sacramento Kings expired in 1998.
Kansas House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a Wichita Democrat and outspoken progressive, also has hinted at a run.
Conservatives had called on the outspoken Kasich to set a national example by leaving in place state budget provisions calling for freezing new expansion enrollment starting July 1, 2018, and preventing those who drop off from re-enrolling.
Demi Lovato is an outspoken advocate for the LGBTQ community.
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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
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