Another word for Frank
frank 1candid outspoken straightforward openSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean revealing or disposed to reveal one's thoughts freely and honestly. Frank implies forthrightness, sometimes to the point of bluntness: “Be calm and frank, and confess at once all that weighs on your heart” (Emily Brontë). Candid often suggests refusal to evade difficult or unpleasant issues: “Save, save, oh save me from the candid friend!” (George Canning). Outspoken usually implies bold lack of reserve: The outspoken activist protested the budget cuts. Straightforward denotes directness of manner and expression: “George was a straightforward soul᠁‘See here!’ he said. ‘Are you engaged to anybody?’” (Booth Tarkington). Open suggests freedom from all trace of reserve or secretiveness: “I will be open and sincere with you” (Joseph Addison).
Another word for frankadjective
Manifesting honesty and directness, especially in speech:candid, direct, downright, forthright, honest, ingenuous, man-to-man, open, plainspoken, straight, straightforward, straight-out, unreserved. (Informal) straight-from-the-shoulder, straight-shooting. See clear, show