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  • For they will believe the good, if we candidly tell them the bad also. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 4 (of 4), ed. by T.J. Randolph
  • Why did he not candidly tell his real thoughts on so interesting a subject? Cited from The Chinese Classics (Prolegomena), by James Legge
  • I will candidly own that under other circumstances it might have been otherwise. Cited from Paul Clifford, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 7
  • Would it not be better to say candidly that we do not know? Cited from Love's Final Victory, by Horatio
  • I may as well tell you candidly she didn't want to come here at all. Cited from Helena, by Mrs. Humprey Ward
  • But, let me ask you candidly, has not the terrible scene produced some effect? Cited from Life in the Clearings vs. the Bush,Mrs. Moodie
  • The condition of each parish is then candidly and at length set forth. Cited from American Lutheranism, Vol. 1, by Friedrich Bente
  • But let us look it candidly in the face and see its full bearing. Cited from The Arena, by Various
  • I tell you candidly, it's your only chance of ever getting him to receive her. Cited from Ordeal Richard Feverel by G. Meredith, v5
  • I can candidly say that in this moment there is no one whom I love more than you. Cited from The Home or, Life in Sweden, by Fredrika Bremer
  • He told me candidly that they had informed him of every particular. Cited from Manon Lescaut by the Abbe Prevost
  • Well, the Prince candidly allowed she did bring it home to him. Cited from The Golden Bowl, Complete, by Henry James
  • Many speak candidly about their lives before, during and after their greatest successes.
  • I have now set forth my ideas clearly and candidly, and request your decision. Cited from The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, V.1.
  • I tell you candidly that your life is not safe for a moment while you remain on board this ship. Cited from A Middy of the Slave Squadron, by Harry Collingwood
  • Now that he is gone, I tell you very candidly that you have had an escape. Cited from Japhet, In Search Of A Father, by Frederick Marryat
  • But one must go to our border-line poets to find the feeling most candidly put into words. Cited from The Poet's Poet, by Elizabeth Atkins
  • He watched her closely as she spoke, her eyes gazing candidly into his own. Cited from The Treasure of Heaven, by Marie Corelli
  • John put the thing to him candidly, as man to man. Cited from The Prince and Betty, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Will you answer candidly the question I am about to propose to you? Cited from The Emigrants Of Ahadarra, by William Carleton
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