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  • adjective Not evasive; straightforward; direct; to the point.


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From un- +‎ evasive.


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  • I'm sure they were just glad to talk to someone who wasn't not unevasive.

    What I learned in court today Douglas Hoffman 2005

  • It had much excited me, in its style, beauty and graphicness, and in its simple, unquestioned, unevasive public representation, albeit in a political and commemorative context, of natural biological relationships.

    Dancer Of Gor Norman, John, 1931- 1986

  • _In this we thus find a clear and unevasive offer from Sweden to Norway, for the establisment of full equality within the Union, and that too in terms to which Sweden would never have consented but a few years back_ [52: 3].

    The Swedish-Norwegian Union Crisis A History with Documents Karl Nordlund

  • And in them, too, if they are 'C. of E.,' there should be growing, along with an unevasive discontent, a sanguine loyalty to their mother Church.

    Thoughts on religion at the front 1911

  • His answer was perfectly unevasive and entirely good-natured.

    The Iron Woman Margaret Wade Campbell Deland 1901

  • In spite of her blush, she continued to look at him very directly; but she had always done that -- she always met one's eye; and Bernard now instantly found all the beauty that he had ever found before in her pure, unevasive glance.

    Confidence 1879

  • "The other Griffin also suffered death?" suggested Hulda, with a pale, unevasive countenance.

    The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times George Alfred Townsend 1877


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