He does not deserve these uncandid constructions; he is all gentleness and goodness.
"I have been so uncandid with you all this time," said she, in broken accents.
This essay is, like the others, violent in language and uncandid in spirit.
It isn't insincerity exactly, but it isn't candour; no, it's uncandid.
All classes were, thus, placed in a false and uncandid position.
He did not address himself to an uncandid judge or a resentful heart.
I should like to say that you are wrong in doing so, but if I did I should be uncandid.
She had no sooner said this than she regretted it; her fierce conscience rose up and charged her with uncandid speech.
A most uncandid way of putting it, for the fact was he had heard it all from Sally in the strictest confidence.
He must be prejudiced and uncandid indeed, if after such information he is not convinced of your innocence.'