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- v. To see no difficulty in, have no objection to.
- v. To say something clearly and without hesitation, although it may be unpleasant.
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- v. acknowledge freely and openly
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While she would most likely make no bones about a mistake of Thomas's, if Benjamin is Hugh's, or worse, Portsmouth's, then she might well see him as a threat.