Examples of plainspoken in a Sentence
a plainspoken woman who never hesitated to speak the unvarnished truth
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Unlike many of the industry’s other plainspoken deflaters of hype and pseudoscience, Suennen is generally careful not to publicly call out specific companies or entrepreneurs.
And a goalie who is poetry on ice, even if his name and words are decidedly plainspoken. Ann Killion is a San Francisco Chronicle columnist.
This museum tells the complicated story of suffering with a plainspoken forthrightness that is especially poignant given the general restraint of Japanese culture.
The mix of stories often revolved around her plainspoken nature and frequent wisecracks, her devotion to a large extended family and her role as astute guardian and fixer who sought to preserve the family’s legacy.
One of just two first ladies to have a child elected president, Barbara Bush was widely admired for her plainspoken style and her advocacy for causes including literacy and AIDS awareness.
Barbara Bush, the former first lady and wife of President George H.W. Bush, died Tuesday (April 17) at age 92, leaving behind a legacy as a supportive spouse and plainspoken public figure.
But that’s the glory of Parks’ writing, Diamond’s direction and the plainspoken intensity of the 12-person cast.
Seventeen years into the Portland rock eccentrics’ career, Colin Meloy is writing more plainspoken lyrics than ever while his band accesses the joy of ’80s synthpop.
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PLAINSPOKEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of plainspoken for English Language Learners
: expressing opinions, ideas, beliefs, etc., in a simple and honest way
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