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- adjective Not
evasive; straightforward; direct; to the point.
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I'm sure they were just glad to talk to someone who wasn't not unevasive.
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.
_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].
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.
His answer was perfectly unevasive and entirely good-natured.
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.
"The other Griffin also suffered death?" suggested Hulda, with a pale, unevasive countenance.