Definition of Candors

1. candor [n] - See also: candor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Candors

candlesnuffers
candlestick
candlestick tulip
candlesticklike
candlesticks
candlewaster
candlewasters
candlewick
candlewicks
candlewood
candlewoods
candling
candock
candocks
candor
candors (current term)
candour
candours
candrabindu
candrabindus
candroy
candroys
candy
candy-gram
candy-man
candy-men
candy apple
candy apples

Literary usage of Candors

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1. Letters of Sidney Lanier: Selections from His Correspondence, 1866-1881 by Sidney Lanier (1899)
"... expect to obtain the least recognition of the combination of child-like candors and colossal philosophies which I have endeavored here to put in words; ..."

2. Melomaniacs by James Huneker (1902)
"The youthful candors of her Swedish blue eyes with their tinted lashes evoked his sulky admiration. " I knew, Cal, that you would do the young man justice ..."

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