Honestly; in a frank. From the Frankish people of medieval West Germany and France, and one of many Germanic federations.
Is often used by bourgeois elitists in attempt at appearing intelligent. Almost always said after "quite" and sometimes in a sentence with "rather", two other completely useless words.
"Quite frankly, Mater, I found the performance to be rather dull."
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