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rectitude

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrectituderec‧ti‧tude /ˈrektɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ noun [uncountable] formal  HONESTbehaviour that is honest and morally correct
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rectitudeMost of them led lives of exemplary moral rectitude.There was a moral tone to the school, an assumption of rectitude and honor I swallowed from the very start.Lord Halifax was a cold fish, a man of steely rectitude, a religious man.Such rectitude, however, was very much the exception rather than the rule among the great powers.Adelina feels offended that her husband would doubt her loyalty knowing the depth of her love and the rectitude of her character.My father and I were visiting the family of a stern judge who was renowned for his unflinching rectitude and respectability.
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