Thesaurus / rectitude

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Without this there can be no detection of the real difference, and no assurance of the rectitude of the discrimination we make.

What object have I, here and now, and everywhere and always, next to the rectitude of my own soul?

And children would have been born in original righteousness and rectitude.

And so, in his benignity, as in his rectitude and lowliness and purity, he stood in this address attired in Godly piety.

The habit of rectitude would cover him like armor, and proclaim him still of a chivalry to which he felt recreant.

The Indian On The TrailMary Hartwell Catherwood

He had always been recklessly inclined, but after that he became a model of rectitude and goodness.

Mizora: A ProphecyMary E. Bradley

All admitted his rectitude, but maintained that a successor of some kind or other was absolutely necessary.

A gentle word, spoken in kindness to an erring brother, may do much towards winning him back to the path of rectitude and right.

City CrimesGreenhorn

Having got one part right, all the other parts were repeating that rectitude, as clock after clock strikes noon.

OrthodoxyG. K. Chesterton

But still he remained incomprehensible in his simplicity, fearlessness, and rectitude.

End of the TetherJoseph Conrad

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