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If the poor lad were living, and came to me and begged that I would candidly tell which were his true and which his false friends, why, perhaps, I should not hesitate.
Each brother candidly recognized that there were a few unimportant score of millions of outsiders in civilized society, persons who were neither University men nor churchmen; but they were to be tolerated rather than reckoned with and respected.
That was not clever of you," he said candidly, while the vehicle mingled again with the throng of carriages.
Yet he would not let me go; and presently he confirmed my suspicion, no less than my first impression of his delightful frankness and cordiality, by candidly telling me what was on his mind.
He admitted that he was to blame for all, but candidly confessed that he could not bring himself to feel any remorse for his original guilt towards herself, because he was a man of sensual passions which were inborn and ineradicable, and that he had no power over himself in this respect; but that he wished, seriously, to marry at last, and that the whole fate of the most desirable social union which he contemplated, was in her hands; in a word, he confided his all to her generosity of heart.
She held herself as erect, told everyone her opinion as candidly, loudly, and bluntly as ever, and her whole bearing seemed a reproach to others for any weakness, passion, or temptation- the possibility of which she did not admit.
No; it doesn't interest me very much," she replied candidly.
I really can't tell you," replied Helen candidly, after a moment's thought.
Now, Diana, tell me candidly, do you see any faults in my story?
I'm willing to own up that I made a mistake," she concluded candidly, "but I've learned a lesson.
If I am ugly nobody will ever want to marry me, and," concluded Sara candidly, "I don't want to be an old maid.
Doctor, dear, I DO enjoy seeing a well-looking man," said Susan candidly.