[frangk-lee] /ˈfræŋk li/
in a manner; freely; candidly; openly; plainly:
He presented his arguments frankly and objectively.
(sentence modifier) in truth; to be honest: frankly, I can’t bear him
in a frank manner
1530s, from frank (adj.) + -ly (2).
[frahn-kaw] /frɑnˈkɔ/ noun 1. Ivan [ee-vahn] /iˈvɑn/ (Show IPA), 1856–1916, Ukrainian writer.
[frangk-nis] /ˈfræŋk nɪs/ noun 1. plainness of speech; candor; openness. n. 1550s, from frank (adj.) + -ness.
[frangk-plej] /ˈfræŋkˌplɛdʒ/ noun, Old English Law. 1. a system of dividing a community into tithings or groups of ten men, each member of which was responsible for the conduct of the other members of his group and for the assurance that a member charged with a breach of the law would be produced at court. […]
- Frank slaughter
[slaw-ter] /ˈslɔ tər/ noun 1. Frank, 1908–2001, U.S. novelist and physician. /ˈslɔːtə/ noun 1. the killing of animals, esp for food 2. the savage killing of a person 3. the indiscriminate or brutal killing of large numbers of people, as in war; massacre 4. (informal) a resounding defeat verb (transitive) 5. to kill (animals), esp […]