He really should have just taken charge of the moment there and shown some honesty and candor.
As Phillips conveyed, in interviews so admirable for their candor, there is no right way to sort it out.
What price will we pay for the inevitable evaporation of candor?
Sheppard, who deserves an award for candor in this war on comedy, responded to my Tweet, “Is Tea Party shutting down comedy now?”
candor reads as genius these days, when news audiences are so used to talking points and crisis-management strategies.
Much perplexity in the marriage state often arises from want of candor.
Here we are, sitting by the fire in all frankness and candor.
My lack of confidence in your argument gives me perfect confidence in your candor.
She knew her subject, too, and treated it with candor, while with delicacy.
I trust it may have done so, but candor compels me to make this statement.
"openness of mind, impartiality, frankness," c.1600, from Latin candor "purity, openness," originally "whiteness," from candere "to shine, to be white" (see candle). Borrowed earlier in English (c.1500) with the Latin literal sense "extreme whiteness."