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honesty (the senses correspond to those of the prec. adj.): honour, honourableness Gent. II. v. 1 “by mine !,” Err. V. i. 30, Ado II. i. 398, Cæs. IV. iii. 67; decency, decorum Tw.N. II. iii. 96 “no wit, manners, nor ,” H8 V. ii. 27, Oth. IV. i. 288; womanly honour, chastity Wiv. I. iii. 53, &c., Ham. III. i. 108; uprightness, integrity Cæs. II. i. 127 “what other oath Than to engag'd;—in ” =in truth Cym. III. vi. 69; occas. generosity Tim. III. i. 31.
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