candidly[ kan-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF candidly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANDIDLY
I like you for entering so candidly and so kindly into the story of ma chlre amie.
I candidly confessed to my husband, that my love was extinguished.
Candidly, he was attempting to convey the impression that I had taken a drop too much.
“Not meaning any offense, it was something like that,” said Sucatash, candidly.
This is ingenious, but her proof, after that, is (as she candidly admits) "clumsy and roundabout."
"No, miss, I candidly don't; and that's a fact," replied the good creature.
Come here, Mary; tell him candidly that you, too, were always of my opinion.
"Why—some long-lost girl-chum, I suppose," said Garrison candidly.
Lucy owned to herself, candidly, that James was incomprehensible.
I find his highness alone, and I tell him candidly what has just happened to me.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CANDIDLY
- face to face
- in broad daylight
- in full view
- in public
- in the open
- under one's nose
- warts and all
- without pretense
- without reserve