How to use Candor in a sentence

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  • You must treat this matter with great candor.

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  • She was never quite sure how to respond to Martha's candor though the two continued to be best of friends.

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  • It is unusual to find a politician with candor in today's government.

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  • Candor is an important virtue in life.

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  • Danny can be quite blunt; he gives no consideration to others' feelings with his great candor.

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  • His candor was a refreshing change of pace.

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  • Embodying the virtues of candor and integrity will help you to gain a favorable reputation.

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  • She established herself as a respectable leader through loyalty, candor, and determination.

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  • The quality of candor is often hard to find in people nowadays.

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  • Although I respect candor in conversation, I don't need to know every detail of a person's life.

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  • He was attracted to her because of the obvious candor in her character.

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  • We teach that candor will benefit you both as an individual and as a business person.

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  • In each he makes his points politely but with utter candor.

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  • Candor is much appreciated in a courtroom setting.

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  • She was being evasive to the point of secretiveness, a drastic change from her usual candor.

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  • I was pleased by his candor.

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  • One reason for this mistake might be that you don't understand the subtle differences between honesty and candor.

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  • Dean asked, surprised at the young girl's unusual candor.

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  • When candor comes before trust has been developed, the result can have a negative effect.

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  • What I want you to realize, is there's difference between honesty and candor.

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  • When candor comes before trust has been developed the result can have a negative effect.

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  • Cindy's candor with the camera and her realism is part of what makes her a valuable spokesperson.

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  • Gone was Julie's candor expressed on her first visit.

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  • Some persons told their stories with seeming reluctance, some with candor and sincerity, some with obvious embellishments or deletions.

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  • Fred's statement volunteered far more then Dean would have offered and he cringed at the old man's candor.

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  • She frowned and in a burst of unusual and caustic candor, explained how her son's life was much more complicated as he was about to become a father, baseball player and chuck his education and—although she didn't say it—mess up his life.

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  • Powers carefully analyzes Clemens ' writing prowess, noting both strengths and weaknesses with professional candor.

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  • Dike's candor on the point could prove counterproductive.

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  • He was utterly fearless in an age of grim persecutions, more noted for candor than tact.

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  • It 's an unvarnished look at the life of Oscar Wilde that 's all the more compelling for its candor.

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  • Candor, on the other hand, is when you reveal deeply personal information without fear of being judged or feeling overexposed and vulnerable.

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  • Candor on the other hand, is when deeply personal information is shared without fear of being judged or feeling overexposed and vulnerable.

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  • They had been preceded by others under various signatures such as "Candor," "Father of Candor," "Anti-Sejanus," "Lucius," "Nemesis," which have all been attributed, some of them certainly in error, to one and the same hand.

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  • One common mistake unsuccessful daters make, is confusing honesty with candor.

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