probity

[ proh-bi-tee, prob-i- ]SEE DEFINITION OF probity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROBITY

Yet once on the trail, so to speak, he is probity personified.

To men of your intelligence and probity, these admonitions are, perhaps, unnecessary.

The faithful driver, who had given such proofs of probity, continued to be of great service, and was put in perpetual requisition.

He was touched by this easy and, as it were, natural display of probity.

I went to the comptroller, and trusting in his probity I explained my scheme to him.

And yet it first arouses our suspicion of the probity and reality of Gorki's types.

However I might be disposed to trust his probity, I dare not trust his prejudices.

In a few years his unprincipled wife warped the probity of a lifetime.

I will write to him for a testimonial, at least to my probity and character.

They put an inscription on her tomb praising her fidelity and probity.

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