correctitude

[ kuh-rek-ti-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF correctitude
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The German sense of correctitude was deeply shocked by this outbreak.

Next there followed a few reflections of a correctitude so remarkable that I have no choice but to quote them.

Her correctitude was, no doubt, made still more correct by an unemotional disposition.

Unfortunately for her success, she had the correctitude to ask Lord Salisbury's permission.

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