candid collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkændɪd/

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honest and direct

Adverbs frequently used with candid
quite, refreshingly, remarkably, surprisingly, unusually, veryHarris is refreshingly candid about her feelings toward Hollywood.
Nouns frequently used with candid
discussion: conversation, discussion, interviewIn a surprisingly candid interview, she speaks exclusively to Alistair Blake about the pressures of her job.admission: admission, confessionIt was a candid admission by the vice-president that the war was out of control.account of events: account, autobiography, memoir, reminiscencesNever before has there been such a fascinating and candid memoir of life behind the diplomatic scenes.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with candid
frank, honest, open, revealingThe need to provide frank and candid advice is important.
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