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    pronounced views which she is not afraid to air.

    Hi,

    What does the bold part mean in this sentence?


    She's a woman of very pronounced views which she is not afraid to air.


    Thanks a lot

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    Re: pronounced views which she is not afraid to air.

    Quote Originally Posted by Silverobama View Post
    Hi,

    What does the bold part mean in this sentence?


    She's a woman of very pronounced views which she is not afraid to air.


    Thanks a lot
    She has strong opinions about things, and she's not afraid to talk about them publicly.

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    Re: pronounced views which she is not afraid to air.

    It's a polite way of saying she's both feisty and mouthy!

    b

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