Straightforwardness



[streyt-fawr-werd] /ˌstreɪtˈfɔr wərd/
adjective
1.
going or directed straight ahead:
a straightforward gaze.
2.
direct; not roundabout:
a straightforward approach to a problem.
3.
free from crookedness or deceit; honest:
straightforward in one’s dealings.
adverb
4.
Also, straightforwards. straight ahead; directly or continuously forward.
straightforward
/ˌstreɪtˈfɔːwəd/
adjective
1.
(of a person) honest, frank, or simple
2.
(mainly Brit) (of a task, etc) simple; easy
adverb, adjective
3.
in a straight course

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