English version

honesty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhonestyhon‧es‧ty /ˈɒnəsti $ ˈɑːn-/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  1 HONESTthe quality of being honest opp dishonesty a politician of rare honesty and courage2 in all honesty
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honesty"There's such an honesty about kids, " says Eastin.Talk about impression management and honesty.Others listen to find a rawness and honesty reminiscent of the punk music of their youth.He has a reputation for honesty and decency.But then his honesty about being HIV-positive is touchingly real and anything but theatrical.Neither is honesty an issue in politics.That is, stress values like honesty, integrity and loyalty.Are you questioning my honesty?These include theft and burglary, which involve questions of personal honesty.the honesty of the song's lyricsAs a newspaper reporter I am committed to honesty and accuracy.Judy answered all the panel's questions with honesty and courage.
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