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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprobitypro‧bi‧ty /ˈprəʊbəti $ ˈproʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  formalHONEST complete honesty I have always found Bentner to be a model of probity in our dealings.
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probityThe maintenance of his fragile coalition caused Namaliu further difficulties in 1990 and compromised his own considerable reputation for integrity and probity.The boundary between probity and fraud was much more difficult to draw in this area.I see that I enjoy an exaggerated reputation for probity among my compatriots.Measure for Measure, set in ducal Vienna, is a much darker meditation on power, lust and moral probity.It is hardly necessary to emphasise the necessity of probity for all members of the Bar.There is surely no better way to advertise your professional probity.Anglo-Saxon probity is hardly seen as a virtue here.It is possible to criticise a merchant's goods without reflecting on the competence or the probity of their producer.Politicians are not known for their probity or punctuality.
From Longman Business Dictionaryprobitypro‧bi‧ty /ˈprəʊbətiˈproʊ-/ noun [uncountable] formal honesty and correctnessAn accountant provides assurance of fiscal probity to businesses.The people managing these large pension funds are models of probity.
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