1 Let us be frank with this gentleman.
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2 The sight of the fair young girl, as frank and wholesome as the Sierra breezes, had stirred his volcanic, untamed heart to its very depths.
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3 "It is well, then, that we should be frank," said the other.
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4 It appeared, indeed, from the countenance of this proprietor, that he was of a frank, but hasty and choleric temper.
5 And, to be frank with you, brother, I would not embark with you in this matter, even if I could hope to bring my bark to haven.
6 Connie liked her, she was so perfectly simple and frank, as far as she intended to be frank, and superficially kind.
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7 He seemed about five-and-twenty years of age, and was of the middle height; his countenance was frank and handsome; and his demeanor easy and prepossessing.
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8 She prized the frank, the open-hearted, the eager character beyond all others.
9 At school she had used to side with the Philistines in several battles, and had wondered if Pontius Pilate were as handsome as he was frank and fair.
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10 He had often come up here without stating his purpose to his mother; but this was the first time that he had been ostensibly frank as to his purpose while really concealing it.
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11 His frank acceptance of the situation marks him as either an innocent man, or else as a man of considerable self-restraint and firmness.
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12 When I said that you stimulated me I meant, to be frank, that in noting your fallacies I was occasionally guided towards the truth.
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13 Please, please, be frank with me, Miss Stapleton, for ever since I have been here I have been conscious of shadows all round me.
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14 I wish to be perfectly frank with you, Mrs. Lyons.
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15 She put it down on her lap as we entered and looked at us with her frank, searching blue eyes.
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