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-[[Image:Venus (Titian).jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[Venus of Urbino|Venus of Urbino]]'' ([[1538]], detail) by [[Titian]]. The [[frank]]ness of Venus' [[facial expression|expression]] is often noted; she makes direct [[eye contact]] with the [[viewer]]]]+[[Image:Venus (Titian).jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[Venus of Urbino|Venus of Urbino]]'' ([[1538]], detail) by [[Titian]]. The [[frankness]] of Venus' [[facial expression|expression]] is often noted; she makes direct [[eye contact]] with the [[viewer]]]]
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# [[Honest]], especially in an manner that seems slightly [[blunt]]. # [[Honest]], especially in an manner that seems slightly [[blunt]].
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==See also== ==See also==
*[[Parrhesia]] *[[Parrhesia]]
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*[[Redlichkeit]] *[[Redlichkeit]]
*[[Straightforward]] *[[Straightforward]]
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Venus of Urbino (1538, detail) by Titian. The frankness of Venus' expression is often noted; she makes direct eye contact with the viewer
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  1. Honest, especially in an manner that seems slightly blunt.
    May I be frank with you?

Etymology

From Old French franc (“free”), in turn from the name of an early Germanic confederation, the Franks.

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