enter with a single sword -- come straight [right] to the point; make a direct attack on a subject; speak out without beating about the bush; without preliminaries
'What was the largest frustration in your career? ' Jack comes straight to the point.
He really cut loose and told me what he thought of me.
then got straight to the point that political philosophy and political value in the field, these acts of values to regulate the explanation.
"Do you think I'd better go? " she said sharply.
We'll also tell you when not to talk to your child about death and the euphemisms you should avoid.
I am flat-footed when someone comes right at me, angling for a fight.
A worthy appreciation of Pauline Kael has to dive right into things: for nearly forty years she was the best film critic in America.
to keep things straightforward , the researchers chose to work with mice who carried just one copy of the gene.
Today I'm going to take the bull by the horns and tell him he's fired.
Let me ask straight out.