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candidly

[ kan-did-lee ]
/ ˈkæn dɪd li /
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adverb
in a frank, outspoken, straightforward way; openly and without holding back: We created a neutral space where everyone could speak candidly about race issues and also work side-by-side in "co-designing" solutions.
without any posing or scripting, and typically without the knowledge of the person being photographed or filmed: We are stealing from our subjects when we work candidly—stealing moments, expressions, emotions, positions, and movements.
fairly and impartially; honestly: “Look at these matters candidly, Mr. Editor,” wrote one subscriber.
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