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Definition of Baldly

Baldly
Baldly Bald"ly, adv. Nakedly; without reserve; inelegantly.

Meaning of Baldly from wikipedia

- dogmatic expression of opinion. The fallacy of defending a proposition by baldly ****erting that it is "just how it is" distorts the argument by opting out...
- show, "How to Save a Life" would have run the risk of coming across as a baldly mani****tive death episode, the likes of which the show has done several...
- attract a following." Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times wrote: "It is as baldly mani****tive and corny as heck—the pilot ends with a Coldplay song—and even...
- Writing for Pitchfork, Rawiya Kameir opined that "few releases have been as baldly transparent and destined for ubiquity as No. 6, which has all the con****uous...
- dubious ****ertion, since Harrison had held few cabinet meetings and had baldly ****erted his authority over the cabinet in at least one.) The Cabinet fully...
- conversations; his constant visits to the Hermitage provoked gossip, with Paterson baldly referring to Theodosia as "the object of [Burr's] Affections". The two fell...
- show, "How to Save a Life" would have run the risk of coming across as a baldly mani****tive death episode, the likes of which the show has done several...
- not totally. Augustine Casiday states that, at the same time, C****ian "baldly ****erts that God's grace, not human free will, is responsible for 'everything...
- storytelling, but the story it tells is so extraordinary, and Aldrich's tone is so baldly honest, that the reader's attention will not flag.". In The Boston Globe...
- also Bread and circuses, False consciousness and Frankfurt School). Put baldly, the pursuit of "****ual freedom" may be construed as a distraction from...