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At the same time he confessed, that it would be uncandid to attribute undue importance to that one cause.
This instigated a spirit of comparison, which is almost always uncandid, and which here could rarely escape proving injurious.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
A most uncandid way of putting it, for the fact was he had heard it all from Sally in the strictest confidence.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
She finished it with a wonderful look, a look of unblinking yet vaguely, pitifully uncandid candour.
This essay is, like the others, violent in language and uncandid in spirit.
All classes were, thus, placed in a false and uncandid position.
Thomas Kale saw that it would be a most uncandid and illiberal act to open his mouth for a negative only.
CRIPPS, THE CARRIERR. D. (RICHARD DODDRIDGE) BLACKMORE
For discoursing upon history he has important qualifications, which it would be uncandid not to acknowledge.
It is clear that we have been jockeyed by France in a very shabby, uncandid, underhand way.
To Althea it seemed that Helen's candour was merciless, and revealed her to herself as uncandid, crooked, and devious.
FRANKLIN KANEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK

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