uncandid

adjective
un·​can·​did | \ˌən-ˈkan-dəd \

Definition of uncandid 

: not openly honest and sincere in expression : not marked by candor : not candid an uncandid remark … the only occasions of professed candor in Ackerley's work where I find him uncandid.— Joan Acocella

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uncandidly adverb

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1681, in the meaning defined above

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