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  • I candidly admitted to myself that she seemed to be an excellent kind of girl for Traddles, too.
  • ’Do you think I can’t understand you as well as if I had seen you,’ pursued my aunt, ’now that I DO see and hear you — which, I tell you candidly, is anything but a pleasure to me?
  • ’I am surprised, Steerforth — although your candour does you honour,’ said Mr. Creakle, ’does you honour, certainly — I am surprised, Steerforth, I must say, that you should attach such an epithet to any person employed and paid in Salem House, sir.’
  • ’Like myself, in the too high opinion you have of me, Agnes, I am afraid,’ said I. ’Like yourself, in the candour of your nature,’ she returned; ’and therefore I would write to those two ladies.

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  • Don’t worry about my feelings. I’d like your candid opinion.
  • My candid opinion is that their team is much better than ours, but an upset isn’t impossible.

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