- candor (n.)
- "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."
- 1. The style is marked by simplicity, clarity, and candor.
- 2. I've been contacted by Procol Candor Solicitors in London.
- 3. A multimillionaire media magnate has shocked his employees with his candor by telling them all that he's putting his business affairs on hold to enter an alcoholism - counseling program.
- 4. He covered a wide range of topics with unusual candor.
- 5. Sometimes his candor made the people from State squirm a little.
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