frankly

Frankly vs Unhesitatingly - What's the difference?

frankly | unhesitatingly | Synonyms |

Frankly is a synonym of unhesitatingly.


As adverbs the difference between frankly and unhesitatingly

is that frankly is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner while unhesitatingly is in an unhesitating manner.

Frankly vs Undisguisedly - What's the difference?

frankly | undisguisedly | Synonyms |

Frankly is a synonym of undisguisedly.


As adverbs the difference between frankly and undisguisedly

is that frankly is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner while undisguisedly is in an undisguised manner; openly.

Frankly vs Liberally - What's the difference?

frankly | liberally | Synonyms |

Frankly is a synonym of liberally.


As adverbs the difference between frankly and liberally

is that frankly is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner while liberally is in a liberal manner, generously or in accordance with political views associated with the liberals.

Frankly vs Readily - What's the difference?

frankly | readily | Synonyms |

Frankly is a synonym of readily.


As adverbs the difference between frankly and readily

is that frankly is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner while readily is without unwillingness or hesitation; showing readiness.

Frankly vs Willingly - What's the difference?

frankly | willingly | Synonyms |

Frankly is a synonym of willingly.


As adverbs the difference between frankly and willingly

is that frankly is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner while willingly is of one’s own free will; freely and spontaneously.

Frankly vs Faintly - What's the difference?

frankly | faintly |


As adverbs the difference between frankly and faintly

is that frankly is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner while faintly is in a faint manner; very quietly or lightly.

Frankly vs Surprise - What's the difference?

frankly | surprise |


As an adverb frankly

is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner.

As a noun surprise is

something not expected.

As a verb surprise is

to cause (someone) to feel unusually alarmed or delighted.

As an adjective surprise is

unexpected.

Candid vs Frankly - What's the difference?

candid | frankly |


As an adjective candid

is impartial and free from prejudice.

As a noun candid

is a spontaneous or unposed photograph.

As an adverb frankly is

(lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner.

Frankly vs Actually - What's the difference?

frankly | actually |


As adverbs the difference between frankly and actually

is that frankly is (lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner while actually is (modal) in act or in fact; really; in truth; positively.

Confess vs Frankly - What's the difference?

confess | frankly |


As a verb confess

is (senseid) to admit to the truth, particularly in the context of sins or crimes committed.

As an adverb frankly is

(lb) in a frank, open or (too) honest manner.

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