It is to his candour, indeed, that we owe our materials for criticising his own proceedings.
And so great was her candour that it roused the Englishman's anger.
The alternations of candour and cordiality continue in the following year.
An English work, celebrated for its want of candour and justice.
Then she began to wonder at her candour, and to consider if it had been necessary.
"I am much obliged to you for your candour, Mr. Cross," he said.
Teresa's confidence grew proportionately with Fanny's candour.
The candour, however, is in very small proportion to the berquinity.
Possibly, but not one more likely to elicit Wallenstein's candour.
If I did not know you so well, I would say you were playing at candour.
"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."