honest, especially in an manner that seems slightly blunt. (adjective)
Free postage, a right exercised by governments (usually with definite article). (noun)
To place a frank on an envelope. (verb)
Examples of word frank
He paused and looked from Akinyi to Jamal, his expression frank and curious.
I am partial to the term frank n 'beans personally.
Pillay has held what she describes as "frank and forthright" talks on the Malaysian plan with Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd.
Also Thursday, Allen had what he called a frank and open discussion with officials of Louisiana's coastal parishes, who are concerned that the Coast Guard and BP will pull back from the spill response once the flow of oil is stopped permanently.
WIAN: Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin had what he calls a frank but apparently unproductive discussion with President Bush about the dispute last week.
Senator Roberts said the two senators have what he calls a frank and candid discussion on the issues.
They had a discussion which they characterized as frank and detailed.
Somehow the threads of life had knotted themselves up; he had slipped so lightly into his place here, he had taken up responsibilities as he might have taken up a flower; he had meant to be what he called frank and affectionate all round, and now he felt that he was going to disappoint everyone.
Retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen, the government's oil-spill response chief, had what he called a frank and open discussion Thursday with Louisiana Gov.