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uncandid

Line breaks: un|can¦did
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkandɪd
 
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Definition of uncandid in English:

adjective

Not candid or frank.
Example sentences
  • She was uncandid, therefore, about leaving the breadth of London a little longer between herself and that austerity.
  • According to the Concordance to the Works of Jane Austen, the adjectives ‘unintricate,’ ‘unbelieving,’ and ‘uncandid’ each appear only once in the Austen oeuvre.
  • But it would be unfair and uncandid on my part, if I attached undue importance to that particular cause.

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