Probity

Probity,

Definition of Probity:

  1. The quality of having strong moral principles; honesty and decency.

  2. Strict adherence to a code of ethics based on undeviating honesty, especially in commercial (monetary) matters and beyond legal requirements.

Synonyms of Probity

Angelicalness, Decency, Equity, Fairness, Godliness, Goodness, Honesty, Honor, Integrity, Justice, Justness, Moral rectitude, Morale, Morality, Rectitude, Right conduct, Righteousness, Rightness, Saintlikeness, Saintliness, Sincerity, Trustworthiness, Uprightness, Virtue, Virtuousness, Integrity, Honesty, Uprightness, Decency, Morality, Rectitude, Goodness, Virtue, Right-mindedness, Trustworthiness, Truthfulness, Honour, Honourableness, Justice, Fairness, Equity

How to use Probity in a sentence?

  1. Financial probity.
  2. Making sure that your business has a good probity value system will get you a good reputation in your community.
  3. If you want to keep your office running at a moral level then you need to enforce strict probity on the things you believe in most.
  4. People of high status, such as judges or government workers, must have probity in order to gain the trust of their peers.

Meaning of Probity & Probity Definition