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What is another word for probity?

189 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[p_ɹ_ˈɒ_b_ɪ_t_ɪ], [pɹˈɒbɪtɪ], [pɹˈɒbɪtɪ]
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Synonyms for Probity:

purity (noun) respectability (noun) virtue (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Quotes for Probity:

  1. Where the roots of private virtue are diseased, the fruit of public probity cannot but be corrupt. Felix Adler.
  2. Under the circumstances, may I suggest another means of encouraging probity in elective office. I refer to term limitations, which can serve ends beyond that of saving congressional souls. James L. Buckley.
  3. It is right that we be concerned with the scientific probity of metaphysics. Gabriel Marcel.

Adjectives for Probity:

  • personal,
  • scrupulous and unquestionable,
  • whole moral,
  • private and public,
  • self-righteous,
  • undisputed,
  • uncharacteristic,
  • high-minded,
  • questionable,
  • aesthetic,
  • ethical,
  • conscious,
  • transparent,
  • utter,
  • unusual,
  • principal,
  • clear,
  • excellent,
  • accurate and severe,
  • inhuman, royal,
  • rigid transactional,
  • fair and aboveboard,
  • open and aboveboard,
  • rigorous and strict,
  • sublime intellectual,
  • much sincere,
  • almost barbarous,
  • evenhanded,
  • transactional,
  • sufficient moral,
  • such scrupulous,
  • superior moral,
  • greatest national,
  • own complete,
  • true blue,
  • such well-known,
  • strait-laced,
  • untarnished,
  • greater or lesser,
  • own moral,
  • great personal,
  • untested,
  • far-sighted,
  • unassailable,
  • stoical,
  • unchangeable,
  • well-established,
  • high-spirited,
  • indisputable,
  • devotional,
  • disdainful,
  • meticulous,
  • impregnable,
  • russet,
  • insufferable,
  • severest,
  • hard-working,
  • exemplary,
  • reputable,
  • unheard-of,
  • flawless,
  • ministerial,
  • scornful,
  • needless,
  • unsuccessful,
  • indefatigable,
  • rigorous,
  • republican,
  • civic,
  • courageous,
  • conscientious,
  • inhuman,
  • archaic,
  • invincible,
  • sincere,
  • bourgeois,
  • barbarous,
  • ponderous,
  • deepest,
  • signal,
  • excessive,
  • honorable,
  • greater,
  • mid,
  • historical,
  • vulgar,
  • gloomy,
  • striking,
  • exact,
  • lesser,
  • sturdy,
  • domestic,
  • respectable,
  • antique,
  • foolish,
  • traditional,
  • proud,
  • chinese,
  • rude,
  • minor,
  • extraordinary,
  • italian,
  • clean,
  • considerable,
  • splendid,
  • quiet,
  • royal,
  • fair,
  • cold,
  • open,
  • pure,
  • past,
  • blue,
  • bright,
  • ordinary,
  • strict and rare,
  • absolute financial,
  • less suspicious,
  • plain, common,
  • equitable,
  • impeccable,
  • stainless,
  • portentous,
  • pristine,
  • prosaic,
  • suspicious,
  • thorough,
  • heroic,
  • equal,
  • inner,
  • religious,
  • plain,
  • german,
  • common,
  • usual,
  • unquestioned moral,
  • utmost personal,
  • aboveboard,
  • unchallenged,
  • great moral,
  • unimpeachable,
  • unblemished,
  • mediocre,
  • disinterested,
  • uncompromising,
  • proverbial,
  • virtuous,
  • accurate,
  • eminent,
  • dramatic,
  • deeper,
  • ultimate,
  • scientific,
  • steady,
  • universal,
  • necessary,
  • individual,
  • complete,
  • least,
  • entire,
  • ancient,
  • certain,
  • unflinching,
  • unaffected,
  • dubious,
  • lofty,
  • superior,
  • admirable,
  • genuine,
  • native,
  • true,
  • simple,
  • insolent and mathematical,
  • real and reliable,
  • less legal,
  • artless,
  • scholastic,
  • immaculate,
  • inherent,
  • mathematical,
  • elementary,
  • insolent,
  • legal,
  • blind,
  • sacred,
  • spanish,
  • real,
  • public,
  • inflexible personal,
  • exceptional,
  • doubtful,
  • official,
  • fine,
  • inflexible,
  • stern,
  • remarkable,
  • national,
  • private,
  • artistic,
  • high,
  • unquestionable,
  • intellectual,
  • political,
  • noble,
  • innate,
  • reliable,
  • human,
  • austere,
  • relative,
  • singular,
  • extreme,
  • incorruptible,
  • professional,
  • financial,
  • rare,
  • natural,
  • severe,
  • absolute,
  • highest,
  • utmost,
  • general,
  • unquestioned,
  • greatest,
  • scrupulous,
  • well-known,
  • invulnerable,
  • perfect,
  • commercial,
  • personal,
  • rigid,
  • strictest,
  • moral,
  • strict.
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