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Genuine vs Plainspoken - What's the difference?

genuine | plainspoken |


As adjectives the difference between genuine and plainspoken

is that genuine is belonging to, or proceeding from the original stock; native; hence, not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated; authentic; real; natural; true; pure while plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply.

Plainspoken vs Downright - What's the difference?

plainspoken | downright | Related terms |

Plainspoken is a related term of downright.


As adjectives the difference between plainspoken and downright

is that plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply while downright is directed vertically; coming straight down.

As an adverb downright is

really; actually; quite; thoroughly; utterly.

Truthful vs Plainspoken - What's the difference?

truthful | plainspoken | Related terms |

Truthful is a related term of plainspoken.


As adjectives the difference between truthful and plainspoken

is that truthful is honest, and always telling the truth while plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply.

Undiluted vs Plainspoken - What's the difference?

undiluted | plainspoken | Related terms |

Undiluted is a related term of plainspoken.


As adjectives the difference between undiluted and plainspoken

is that undiluted is not diluted or mixed with other substances while plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply.

Plainspoken vs Outright - What's the difference?

plainspoken | outright | Related terms |

Plainspoken is a related term of outright.


As adjectives the difference between plainspoken and outright

is that plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply while outright is unqualified and unreserved.

As an adverb outright is

wholly, completely and entirely.

As a verb outright is

(sports) to release a player , without conditions.

Plainspoken vs Unvarnished - What's the difference?

plainspoken | unvarnished | Related terms |

Plainspoken is a related term of unvarnished.


As adjectives the difference between plainspoken and unvarnished

is that plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply while unvarnished is not having been coated with varnish (or a similar surface treatment).

Plainspoken vs Overt - What's the difference?

plainspoken | overt |


As adjectives the difference between plainspoken and overt

is that plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply while overt is open and not secret nor concealed.

Straight vs Plainspoken - What's the difference?

straight | plainspoken | Related terms |

Straight is a related term of plainspoken.


As adjectives the difference between straight and plainspoken

is that straight is not crooked or bent; having a constant direction throughout its length while plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply.

As an adverb straight

is of a direction relative to the subject, precisely; as if following a direct line.

As a noun straight

is something that is not crooked or bent.

As a verb straight

is to straighten.

Forthright vs Plainspoken - What's the difference?

forthright | plainspoken | Related terms |

Forthright is a related term of plainspoken.


As adjectives the difference between forthright and plainspoken

is that forthright is straightforward; not evasive; candid and direct while plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply.

Plainspoken vs Artless - What's the difference?

plainspoken | artless | Related terms |

Plainspoken is a related term of artless.


As adjectives the difference between plainspoken and artless

is that plainspoken is speaking plainly or simply while artless is having or displaying no guile, cunning, or deceit.

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