candour

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  • What strange things he has to tell you, what a noble candour he shows! Cited from Pebbles on the Shore, by Alpha of the Plough (Alfred George Gardiner)
  • How long would it be before we reached that stage of candour? Cited from Punch, Vol. 159, July 28th, 1920, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • She told him as much in after days with her usual candour. Cited from History of Pendennis, by William M. Thackeray
  • We shall serve justice and candour and all things that make, for the right. Cited from Woodrow Wilson As I Know Him, By Joseph P. Tumulty
  • And suddenly he made up his mind and assumed an air of candour. Cited from The Orange-Yellow Diamond, by J. S. Fletcher
  • And what after all is the danger that would follow upon candour? Cited from The Fair Haven, by Samuel Butler
  • There is no feeling in her speech, and yet it has great candour. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • Afterwards she laid her hand upon his arm and addressed him with an air of complete candour. Cited from The Zeppelin's Passenger, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • He broke off and looked at me with an expression of candour. Cited from Romance, by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
  • Nor need one fear to go direct to the lady herself, for she is the very soul of candour. Cited from Painted Windows, by Harold Begbie
  • But he knew already, knew before she told him with desperate candour. Cited from The Second Honeymoon, by Ruby M. Ayres
  • All I ask in this and all other affairs, are candour and decision. Cited from A Publisher and His Friends, by Samuel Smiles
  • As yet she was used to thinking and speaking with all candour. Cited from Translation Of A Savage, by G. Parker, v2
  • Their gay bright candour moved her so much as they came near, that she was almost in tears. Cited from Women in Love, by D.H. Lawrence
  • Let him enter upon the first section of it with candour. Cited from The Plain Man and His Wife, by Arnold Bennett
  • How grand also was his candour and pure love of truth. Cited from Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume II
  • Because of its vivid interest and its fine candour, I will give one such story. Cited from The Soul of the War, by Philip Gibbs, Intro. by Anthony Langley
  • Let us have the candour to own as much at least. Cited from History of Pendennis, by William M. Thackeray
  • Her manner was candour itself, but how should it not be? Cited from The Burglar and the Blizzard, by Alice Duer Miller
  • His request seemed still something of a shock to the poor old lady's candour. Cited from The Bostonians, Vol. I (of II), by Henry James
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