Common misspellings for frank

krank, afrinca, srunk, tronk, branck, fracne, freakk, feanca, frant, fratic, freakn, frenc, ranck, franckly, foran, frenf, franic, referanc, frenxy, frenck, forunm, faraon, firinng, frenhc, franch, frankin, forand, frankle, freck, fianc, ferent c, fricken, brank, francly, freelanc, frony, trank, frand, fhink, forenic, furnacae, fronf, froange, financ, breank, frak, furnac, franko, frankurt, frake, fronal, frong, frain, rank, fronr, fronage, phirana, franlky, fran, falnk, freackin, franly, frienf, fearand, forimng, franico, frencg, frenic, forieng, forain, freack, fishtank, refrenc, franve, friand, frabk, kranky, foreng, frieng, freaknig, freand, franlkin, fronm, fireant, frans, fraund, forrn, freacky, fairbank, frane, fraind, frantik, firng, franky, forany, frine, fransio, frink, fransk, francce, firinig, jrink, frawn, frabic, fraffic, frnak, frican, fank, frankk, frankley, crunk, fryng, fransic, fronk, freakng, wronk, finak, frano, frnakly, franke, fragon, france, financa, freank, frankie, frnankly, frenkil, freaind, rhank, vvrong.

Definitions of frank

  1.   A pigsty.
  2.   To extempt from charge for postage, as a letter, package, or packet, etc.
  3.   exempt by means of an official pass or letter, as from customs or other checks
  4.   The right to send mail matter free the package so sent, or the signature that authenticates it.
  5.   FRANKLY ( New Test.) gratuitously.
  6.   Open; candid.
  7.   Open: candid; ingenuous; generous.
  8.   Frankness.
  9.   The common heron; - so called from its note.
  10.   Candid and open; ingenuous.
  11.   To send free of charge for carriage; exempt from postage.
  12.   To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; hence, to cram; to fatten.
  13.   The privilege of sending letters or other mail matter, free of postage, or without charge; also, the sign, mark, or signature denoting that a letter or other mail matter is to free of postage.
  14.   To send by public conveyance free of expense.
  15.   A French coin. See Franc.
  16.   To send or have conveyed ( as a letter) free of charge.
  17.   Unbounded by restrictions, limitations, etc.; free.
  18.   A member of the ancient German tribe or aggregate of tribes which overthrew the Roman dominion in Gaul and gave origin to the name France; a native of Franconia: a name given by the Turks, Greeks, and Arabs to any of the inhabitants of the western parts of Europe, English, French, Italians, etc.: a French coin.
  19.   characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion; " blunt talking and straight shooting"; " a blunt New England farmer"; " I gave them my candid opinion"; " forthright criticism"; " a forthright approach to the problem".
  20.   characterized by disconcerting directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion; " blunt talking and straight shooting"; " a blunt New England farmer"; " I gave them my candid opinion"; " forthright criticism"; " a forthright approach to the problem"; " tell me what you think-- and you may just as well be frank"; " it is possible to be outspoken without being rude"; " plainspoken and to the point"; " a point- blank accusation"
  21.   In the Orient, any European.
  22.   a member of the ancient Germanic peoples who spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empire in the 4th century
  23.   Free in uttering one's real sentiments; not reserved; using no disguise; candid; ingenuous; as, a frank nature, conversation, manner, etc.
  24.   Free and open in manner or expression; liberal; generous; without conditions or compensation; unrestrained.
  25.   A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; - a term used in the Levant.
  26.   A signature that exempts or releases mailmatter from payment of postage; a letter privileged to go post- free.
  27.   Unrestrained; loose; licentious; - used in a bad sense.
  28.   A letter which is exempted from postage, or the writing which renders it free; a name given by the Turks, Greeks, and Arabs to any of the inhabitants of western Europe; one of the Franks, a powerful German tribe that conquered France.
  29.   Open or candid in expression.
  30.   clearly manifest; evident; " frank enjoyment"
  31.   A letter sent by mail free of postage: also, that which makes a letter free, as the signature of a person possessing the privilege. The privilege of giving franks for letters was enjoyed within certain limits by all members of the British parliament till 1840, when it was abolished by the act which established the penny postage. The Franking privilege at one time gave rise to serious scandals in Congress. No letters are free now except those referring to strictly public business, transmitting public documents, etc.
  32.   a smooth- textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; often served on a bread roll
  33.   Open or ingenuous; candid; outspoken; unreserved.
  34.   Free; privileged; exempt.
  35.   A name given by the Turks and other inhabitants of Eastern countries to the English, French, Italians, & c.; one of the anc. Germans who conquered and settled in France; a Frenchman.
  36.   stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing
  37.   A member of one of the German tribes that in the fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France.
  38.   To send free of expense, as a letter.
  39.   Liberal; generous; profuse.
  40.   A member of one of the Germanic tribes settled on the Rhine early in the Christian era.
  41.   To send free of charge, as a letter.
  42.   Frankly.
  43.   Frankish.
  44.   A letter free from postage, or that which exempts it.
  45.   To send, as a letter, exempt from postage.

Quotes of frank

  1. What a ball from Frank Frank and I go back years. He used to do that when I was at Ajax. – Dennis Bergkamp
  2. As far as me knowing if Frank was a genius- in those days, I thought Einstein was the only genius around. – Jimmy Carl Black
  3. It's Frank's painting on the cover. We were originally going to use a Salvador Dali painting that we got permission from Salvador Dali to use, and Frank found this one, and it really did fit the music much more. – Alice Cooper
  4. Frank Capra was a prop man, I think. John Ford was a prop man. It was a little bit of a father and son thing, and you kind of worked your way up. – Francis Ford Coppola
  5. During three decades, along all the highways of my youth, Frank had always been there for me. – Sammy Davis, Jr.
  6. You replace it by 23 percent tax, a frank transparent tax embedded in the cost at retail, and everybody gets to takes their whole check home. And the average income earner gets a 50 percent increase in take -home pay. – John Linder
  7. Think of Frank Capra and Preston Sturges. They used the same actors over and over again. – Matthew Modine
  8. And let us be frank the security threats that emanate from our ports come from foreign cargo. – Dana Rohrabacher
  9. The rise of the dramas in the thirteenth century, and the rise of the great novels in a later period, together with their frank glorification of love and the joys of life, may be called the Third Renaissance. – Hu Shih
  10. Frank called me one day and said, 'I have an idea for a movie, why don't you come over and I'll tell you?' So I went over and we sat down and he said, 'This picture starts in heaven'. That shook me. – James Stewart
  11. We had some very distinguished fans: I know one chancellor of a major university who used to schedule his meetings around Star Trek. We were thrilled to discover that Frank Sinatra was a big fan. – Patrick Stewart
  12. All the Frank O'Hara types seem to have very little sound stuff going... it's so chatty or something. – Tom Verlaine
  13. This man is frank and earnest with women. In Fresno, he's Frank and in Chicago he's Ernest. – Henny Youngman
  14. We will have close to 3 months of rehearsals to learn about 30 songs. Frank usually rehearsed a band for at least 3 months. If it took him that long to be comfortable we probably would need double the amount, but It's just not financially possible to do so. – Dweezil Zappa

Usage examples for frank

  1. “ " Depends on how many hours you work," said Frank – The Young Alaskans on the Missouri by Emerson Hough
  2. Yet, while sincerely sorry for Sebastien, she was perfectly frank with herself in thought. ” – The Mystery of The Barranca by Herman Whitaker
  3. Will you be frank – Modeste Mignon by Honore de Balzac
  4. Very well, then, I will be frank with you. ” – The Clique of Gold by Emile Gaboriau
  5. If I say a word against Frank Merriwell you want to eat me up. ” – Frank Merriwell's Reward by Burt L. Standish
  6. “ I want you to tell me what little thing I should buy for Frank just to be friends all round, don't you know? ” – The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols by William Black
  7. You see, I am quite frank with you. ” – The Gadfly by E. L. Voynich
  8. “ I couldn't sleep without asking it, Frank – Love, The Fiddler by Lloyd Osbourne
  9. “ " I see," said Frank – The Boy Allies Under the Sea by Robert L. Drake
  10. “ I'll be frank with you-- I'm glad to get him on those terms. ” – The Widow O'Callaghan's Boys by Gulielma Zollinger
  11. And Frank where is Frank – Ungava by R.M. Ballantyne
  12. Miss Jane received him with her usual frank and kind manner. ” – Won from the Waves by W.H.G. Kingston
  13. “ To be frank I came out because my friends in the old one seemed to fancy the same thing of me. ” – The Cattle-Baron's Daughter by Harold Bindloss
  14. “ " It is right that I should be very frank with you," she went on, " for I am going to ask you to help me." ” – The Truants by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason
  15. But I do love you, Frank with all my heart, and soul, and mind, and strength, and you'll count that on the other side, won't you? ” – A Duet by A. Conan Doyle
  16. “ To be frank that is the reason I didn't let you know I was coming. ” – The Desired Woman by Will N. Harben
  17. But- may I be quite frank with you, Bertie? ” – Right Ho, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
  18. Yes, I'm here, Frank and oh, Frank I'm in such trouble! ” – Captured by the Navajos by Charles A. Curtis
  19. Frank only stayed a few days. ” – The Happy Man by Gerald Wilburn Page
  20. If I am a bit older, Frank is the best husband that ever lived. ” – Salome by Emma Marshall

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