Not candid; duplicitous, concealing or secretive.(adjective)
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Use "uncandid" in a sentence
"He was not inconsistent; he did not want to subvert the states, and it was “highly improper and uncandid” for Lansing to bring up arguments he had made in Philadelphia though he apparently found it perfectly acceptable to bring up those Clinton had made years earlier."
"This instigated a spirit of comparison, which is almost always uncandid, and which here could rarely escape proving injurious."
"At length, yielding to the requests of my friends, that all might be made participators in my labors, and partly moved by the envy of others, who, receiving my views with uncandid minds and understanding them indifferently, have essayed to traduce me publicly, I have moved to commit these things to the press, in order that all may be enabled to form an opinion both of me and my labours."