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candid
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
honest and direct
  •   "I mean I didn't stay long enough for him to run me off."
      "You're very candid about this, why did you run so fast?"
      "I says I was scared, suh."
      "If you had a clear conscience, why were you scared?"
      "Like I says before, it weren't safe for any nigger to be in a — fix like that."
    p. 264.9
candid = honest and direct
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