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candid
used in The House of the Seven Gables

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Definition
honest and direct
  • "Because," said the artist, "if the matter can be fairly considered and candidly interpreted, it must be evident that Judge Pyncheon could not have come unfairly to his end.
    Chapter 20 — The Flower of Eden (44% in)

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