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Sentence count:126+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: candiddirectforthrightfrankopenreservedshystraightforwardunreservedunrestrainedvocalSimilar words: bespokespokesmanpokebrokenbroken reedheartbrokenby the same tokenoutsetMeaning: adj. 1. given to expressing yourself freely or insistently 2. characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion. 
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1 Some church leaders have been outspoken in their support for political reform in Kenya.
2 He has made a string of outspoken and sometimes provocative speeches in recent years.
3 We should listen closely to the outspoken criticisms.
4 She was outspoken in her criticism of the plan.
5 His outspoken views have made him a social leper.
6 His outspoken views scandalized the nation.
7 She's been an outspoken feminist for over twenty years.
8 She is an outspoken critic of the school system in this city.
9 Mr Masack is an outspoken critic of the present government.
10 He has always been an outspoken critic of the government.
11 She is one of the ruling party's most outspoken critics.
12 Though best known for the funny and outspoken roles that she plays on screen, offstage she is shy and rather serious.
13 His outspoken views would frequently bring him into conflict with the president.
14 The outspoken minister has become a liability to the government.
15 She has made outspoken remarks about the legalisation of cannabis in Britain.
16 Far from lying low(, Kuti became more outspoken than ever.
17 His outspoken behaviour did not commend itself to his colleagues.
18 Outspoken speeches were given which received spontaneous standing ovations.
19 They were noticeably more outspoken than at the outset.
20 Mrs Chavez is an outspoken opponent of both ideas.
21 He is emotional,( outspoken and flashy.
22 In April 1987, Judge Pickles published an outspoken autobiography.
23 Reed is an outspoken opponent of the death penalty.
24 Perhaps it made me too outspoken.
25 She's an outspoken critic of U.S. policy.
26 Gage is outspoken and forceful.
27 In its earlier years it was extremely outspoken in its condemnation of anything that failed to gain its approval.
28 I like a man none the worse for being outspoken.
29 By turns, a 14 year old is affectionate then aggressive, silent then outspoken.
30 The opprobrium and enmity he incurred were caused by his outspoken brashness.
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