Directness [noun]

Definition of Directness:

absence of complication,

Opposite/Antonyms of Directness:

Sentence/Example of Directness:

This year’s event — which was in-person, parking lot-style shindig — featured a fair amount of Voice of San Diego reporting and some direct jabs at VOSD podcast host Scott Lewis.

So direct indexing is allowing us to give them the Nasdaq minus Facebook, or minus web advertising companies.

It’s time to harness finance and direct it to preserve our planet.

There needed to be some way for the teacher to spend uninterrupted time with virtual students for direct teaching.

Dassault Systèmes had a direct response, as many companies are working very closely with trying to work on solutions to the virus.

Many direct-to-consumer brands appear to have control over their operations.

Over the past decade I’d seen every other industry transformed by direct-to-consumer, millennial-focused brands, but there was nothing like this to be found in alcohol.

Michael Tanner is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and directs the Institute’s Project on Poverty and Inequality in California.

A neurologist, Newport directs the Center for Brain Plasticity.

Next, the CARES Act was signed into law, giving direct relief to families and businesses, expanding unemployment benefits, and adding some much-needed capital to the economy.