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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutspokenout‧spo‧ken /aʊtˈspəʊkən $ -ˈspoʊ-/ adjective  HONESTexpressing your opinions honestly and directly, even when doing this might annoy some people opp reticent an outspoken critic of the education reformsoutspokenly adverboutspokenness noun [uncountable]
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outspokenPerhaps it made me too outspoken.We'd know nothing of that damaged ball but for outspoken Allan Lamb.She's an outspoken critic of U.S. policy.In its earlier years it was extremely outspoken in its condemnation of anything that failed to gain its approval.Dysart was an obvious target: ex-Navy, Ministry of Defence, outspoken in support of the Union.It revealed Docherty to be a witty, compulsive and outspoken man who feels cheated by the past.As a former schoolmaster, he has always been outspoken on education issues and a firm supporter of traditional learning methods.But now she will be able to return to her outspoken, opinionated self.outspoken views
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