Were you candid in your testimony when you said there has not been any serious disagreement about the program?
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) called it “a candid exchange.”
Lauer and Curry had a candid talk over lunch at the Four Seasons.
Carr is candid in the book about the emotional chaos that characterized life without women.
But where is the voice of the media savvy, eloquent, insightful, and candid boss?
I ought to render a candid account here of the impression made upon me by those two deluges of ink, Goldoni and Chiari.
For the first time Kingozi's careless, candid stare narrowed to a focus.
He was known to have expressed privately a candid opinion that they were a knot of damned Gladstonians.
Who could be so brutal as to blame so amiable, so candid a creature?
When obliged to see that he had judged wrongly, his silence was the only confession: he was seldom equal to a candid apology.
1620s, "white," from Latin candidum "white; pure; sincere, honest, upright," from candere "to shine," from PIE root *kand- "to glow, to shine" (see candle). In English, metaphoric extension to "frank" first recorded 1670s (cf. French candide "open, frank, ingenuous, sincere"). Of photography, 1929. Related: Candidly; candidness.