make no bones

make no bones  {v. phr.},  {informal}
1. To have no doubts; not to worry about right or wrong; not to be against. — Used with "about".
Bill makes no bones about telling a lie to escape punishment.
The boss made no bones about hiring extra help for the holidays.
2. To make no secret; not keep from talking; admit. — Used with "about" or "of the fact".
John thinks being poor is no disgrace and he makes no bones of the fact.
Mary made no bones about her love of poetry even after some of her friends laughed at her.
Categories: love {informal} {v. phr.}