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Frankly, 1) freely, without restraint: “my half-supped sword, that f. would have fed,” Troil. V, 8, 19. “to be controlled in that he f. gave,” Tit. I, 420 (or == bountifully?) “men and men's fortunes could I f. use,” Tim. II, 2, 188.
2) openly, without disguise: “to forgive me f.” H8 II, 1, 81. “speak f. as the wind,” Troil. I, 3, 253. “very f. he confessed his treasons,” Mcb. I, 4, 5.
3) without reserve, without ceremony, readily: I'ld throw it (life) “down for your deliverance as f. as a pin,” Meas. III, 1, 106 (or == liberally, bountifully?). “to make me f. despise myself,” Oth. II, 3, 299.
4) with a free and not preoccupied mind: “we may of their encounter f. judge,” Hml. III, 1, 34. “and will this brothers' wager f. play,” V, 2, 264.
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