Straightforwardly in a sentence

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Definition of Straightforwardly

  • with firmness and conviction; without compromise

How to use straightforwardly in a sentence. Straightforwardly pronunciation.

It is quite true that she did not behave straightforwardly, and I am very sorry to have to say it.
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A plain story, straightforwardly told; but Mumford told me that that pilot had 'gilded that scare of his, in spots;' that his subsequent career in the war was proof of it.
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We sha'n't quarrel about that," said Mr Rawlings kindly, to put the other at his ease, for some of the rough miners did not appear to like the Englishman's hanging back from jumping at their leader's offer.-"A man who is so anxious to keep his word, even with people who left him in the lurch, will be all the more likely to act straightforwardly towards us.
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Instead of the lusty boisterous boy, his rival in manly sciences, who spoke straightforwardly and acted up to his speech, here was an abashed and blush-persecuted youth, who sued piteously for a friendly ear wherein to pour the one idea possessing him.
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The friends of virtue and truth ought now to act and speak all the more vigorously and straightforwardly.
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When Hugo wrote for himself he wrote almost as simply and straightforwardly as Dumas.
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But the Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant, written as simply and straightforwardly as his battles were fought, couched in the most unpretentious phrase, with never a touch of grandiosity or attitudinizing, familiar, homely in style, form a great piece of literature, because great literature is nothing more nor less than the clear expression of minds that have some thing great in them, whether religion, or beauty, or deep experience.
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He would go in straightforwardly and manfully to Grasmere.
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Those who voted entirely according to principle or colour-which came to much the same thing-and were therefore above what is termed "management," flocked in first, voting straightforwardly for both Blues or both Yellows.
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She replied, honestly and straightforwardly: "No; you will not find them all so liberal toward their unfortunate brothers, and every church has its share of hypocrites-mine the same as others.
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A genius unique in the extent and variety of his faculties, which were applied with the same splendid results to mathematics and physics, to philosophy and polemics, disdaining all preconceived ideas, going unerringly and straightforwardly to the bottom of things with admirable force and profundity, independent and free even in his voluntary submission to the Christian faith, which he accepts with his eyes open, after having weighed it, measured it, and sounded it to its uttermost depths, too steadfast and too simple not to bow his head before mysteries, all the while acknowledging his ignorance.
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Mr. Brookes was a simple, middle-class man, who had made money straightforwardly and honestly, and he had cultivated his natural taste for pictures to the limit of his capacities and opportunities.
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Men are also human, and if met frankly and straightforwardly in work, or for that matter, out of it, are as capable of honest, helpful good fellowship as any woman.
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She answered modestly and straightforwardly, not denying the nature of her intimacy with Mr. Julius Westfall, but stated her inability to remember when that gentleman went to Europe. Mr. Richard Kloeppel then perched himself gracefully on the witness chair and smiled benignly upon the court and counsel.
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He spoke to me, Mina, very straightforwardly.
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Examples of Straightforwardly

Example #1
I shall not be going home again: I have quite made up my mind about that.
Example #2
I don't blame you in the least for your behaviour to someone we know of; and I think, after all that happened, you were quite free.
Example #3
We struck down through the chute of Island No. 8, and I went below and fell into conversation with a passenger, a handsome man, with easy carriage and an intelligent face.
Example #4
I declined, because I wasn't well enough or strong enough; but I kept still, and kept the reputation I had made.
Example #5
Don't, however, let that fret you, for you will be able to communicate as easily with your friends, and more so, by stopping here with us, as by going on to the nearest frontier township.
Example #6
Raal mean skunks I calls 'em, and no mistake, sirree!