Synonyms for Outspoken:


all (adjective)
blunt (adjective)
discourteous, impolite.
candid (adjective)
genuine, truthful.
direct (adjective)
bald, plainspoken.
explicit (adjective)
forthright (adjective)
frank (adjective)
bold, brazen.
insolent (adjective)
arrogant, presumptuous, callous, sacrilegious, defiant, mouthy, brash, cheeky, bold, saucy, outrageous, candid, sarcastic, contemptuous, impolite, insolent, brazen, insubordinate, derisive, disrespectful, discourteous, impertinent, rude, irreverent, flagrant, audacious.
outspoken (adjective)
direct, candid, artless, Plain-spoken, free, blunt, abrupt, vocal, straightforward, frank, point-blank, forthright.
plainspoken (adjective)
plainspoken, Plain-spoken.
succinct (adjective)
intelligible, Plain-spoken, folksy, blunt, simple, casual, direct, unpretentious, unpoetical, unadorned, frank, clear, stark, bald, candid, honest, informal, ordinary, uncluttered, straightforward, prosaic.
vocal (adjective)


decent, fine, good, principled, irreproachable, truthful, sincere, genuine, upstanding. free, restraint. frank (noun)
abrupt, study at frank, artless.
outspoken (noun)
communicatory, frank, communicative, free-spoken, forthright, plainspoken, blunt, point-blank, candid, direct, vocal.

Other synonyms:

free. Other relevant words:
fine, communicative, sincere, decent, irreproachable, forthright, plainspoken, genuine, free-spoken, point-blank, upstanding, vocal, communicatory, restraint, abrupt, free, artless, truthful, good, principled.

Usage examples for outspoken

  1. His voice was cold and his words were outspoken – The Desert Valley by Jackson Gregory
  2. Oh, she said the Quakers were rather outspoken people, and it was a pity, and she was sorry, because she knew you once, and you had taken her part at school. – Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker by S. Weir Mitchell
  3. " Our cabin is thirty- seven-" checking myself abruptly as though I had been too outspoken – The Passenger from Calais by Arthur Griffiths