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candid
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

2 uses
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Definition
unposed — typically said of a photograph
  • Paul took them and stared from one to the other: a posed picture of a girl, smiling, and then a candid shot of her shooting a basket.
    p. 382.2
candid = unposed
  • He'd taken some candid photos during the dinner party: Norah, carrying a tray of glasses, Paul standing by the grill with his cup lifted, various shots of them all relaxing on the porch.
    p. 203.6
candid = unposed
There are no more uses of "candid" in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter.

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