blunt (adj.)
plain-spoken, unceremonious, forthright
3H6 III.ii.83[George aside to Richard, of Edward] He is the bluntest wooer in Christendom
E3 I.ii.146[Countess to King Edward] a country swain, / Whose habit rude and manners blunt and plain / Presageth nought
KJ I.i.71[King John to and of Bastard] A good blunt fellow!
Luc.1300[of parts of Lucrece's letter] This is too curious-good, this blunt and ill
R3 I.iii.103[Queen Elizabeth to Richard] I have too long borne / Your blunt upbraidings and your bitter scoffs
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