openly

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  • Outside a theatre and after a performance the play can be spoken of openly.
  • He is the first openly gay person to hold either of those positions.
  • The series was the first in the world to feature an openly gay regular character.
  • He was the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in Ireland.
  • More recently, he has decided to show his face openly and take part in public debates.
  • The paper also became more openly political during the time of Punk.
  • His father's loss of sight was not acknowledged openly by the family.
  • And in that small world, we talk openly and we kid each other a lot.
  • However, he openly accused her of being behind this attack and the murder of the various kings.
  • People let down their inhibitions around him and confess openly without any fear.
  • In the long run almost all militias openly identified with a given community.
  • She openly showed her dislike for his children and sent them to boarding school.
  • This open access policy effectively allows authors, at their choice, to make their article openly available.
  • If the flower is worn on the right, she is single or openly available for a relationship.
  • But at this time, no woman has been known to have openly joined the Legion.
  • The war was not initially openly fought, each side toured the country to raise support for their army.
  • Taken together, these two statements opened the door for openly gay men and women to join the ministry.
  • The modern era, however, has made more room for those openly varied gender roles.
  • Unlike previous emperors, he openly used the army to back his authority, and paid them well to do so.
  • Although they openly shared information with each other, they took a controversial view on sharing information outside the group.
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Meaning of openly

  • adverb In an open way
    he openly flaunted his affection for his sister