Learn & Improve Your English


Forthright


    Author:     Member Level: Gold    Points: 3 (Rs 3)

Adjective--Going straight to the point, frank, direct, outspoken, proceeding in a straight course, straightforward.

Noun--A straight course or path.

Adverb--Straight or directly forward, in a direct or straightforward manner, at once; immediately.



Sample Usage

1)Pakistan should stop beating round the bush and should be forthright enough.

2) He told us forthright just what his objections were.

3)My friend gave a forthright glance at the security when he tried to stop him.

4)China is never forthright in the boundary issue and tries to handle things without diplomacy.

5)"Be forthright in sensitive issues or else you will perish", warned my father.

6)"I was forthright enough in this issue, but my friend was not able to understand me", repented Priyanka.


Next Resource: Preoccupatied
Previous Resource: Bestow

Return to Index

Post New English Language Resource



Awards & Gifts
Top Contributors
Today
    Last 7 Daysmore...

     
    ISC Technologies, Kochi - India. © All Rights Reserved.