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a female given name.
Contemporary Examples

In Sudan a Pregnant Woman May Be Hanged for Marrying a Christian Nina Shea May 16, 2014
Fall Broadway Preview: ‘This Is Our Youth,’ Bradley Cooper as ‘The Elephant Man,’ and More Janice Kaplan September 10, 2014
Why Can’t Our Politics Improve Like Our Medicine? David Frum February 22, 2013
President Obama: Now is Not the Time to Lead David Frum December 16, 2012
The 9 Wildest ‘Vampire Diaries’ Twists (VIDEO) Chancellor Agard October 2, 2013
A Predator Among Us? Caitlin Rother March 8, 2010

Historical Examples

Makers Cory Doctorow


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  • Candid

    frank; outspoken; open and sincere: a candid critic. free from reservation, disguise, or subterfuge; straightforward: a candid opinion. informal; unposed: a candid photo. honest; impartial: a candid mind. Archaic. white. Archaic. clear; pure. an unposed photograph. Contemporary Examples Bush’s Lawyers Strike Back Dan Abrams May 2, 2009 What Feud? CBC and Obama Make Up, for […]

  • Can-do

    marked by purposefulness and efficiency: a can-do executive. the quality of being efficient and enthusiastic. Contemporary Examples My Man Crush on JFK, Jr. Mark Katz July 15, 2009 A Great Dystopian Novel Taylor Antrim March 29, 2010 How Not to Succeed in Business Jack And Suzy Welch February 17, 2009 Rumbling Over Rahm Leslie H. […]

  • Can-do-with

    Also, could do with. Might profit from, needs, as in This room can do with a good cleaning, or Harry could do with a new suit. [ ; late 1700s ] Also see: do with

  • Candor

    the state or quality of being frank, open, and sincere in speech or expression; candidness: The candor of the speech impressed the audience. freedom from bias; fairness; impartiality: to consider an issue with candor. Obsolete, kindliness. Obsolete, purity. Contemporary Examples The Worst Thing Obama Has Ever Said Michael Tomasky May 29, 2012 Philly Sportswriter Bill […]

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