uprightness


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the quality or state of being morally sound

Synonyms for uprightness

the property of being upright in posture

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position at right angles to the horizon

righteousness as a consequence of being honorable and honest

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A reliable relationship can only be built among people on the foundation of their honesty and uprightness.
It's true that the interplay of uprightness and obliquity creates a sense of dynamism, and that the curve of the white ibis and that of the bamboos create a sense of rhythm.
Ecclesiastes samples each of life's pleasures and only bids moral uprightness at the end.
Together the works reiterated the rote art-historical opposition of verticality (the uprightness of privileged vision) and horizontality (the baseness of natural ground).
2) Feet the uprightness of the spine: Imagine lengthening the sits bones away from the crown of the head, which reaches toward the ceiling.
He said that honesty, punctuality and uprightness were the hallmark and cornerstones of a right personality and it is the duty of a teacher to instil these virtues in the students.
Islamabad, July 14 ( ANI ): Former Indian captain Bishan Singh Bedi has said that many cricketers of today have brought disrepute to the game by using illegal and unfair practices, instead of playing with honesty, uprightness and integrity.
Under the word "integrity," it offered: "The quality or state of being of sound moral principle, uprightness, honesty and sincerity" .
It is normal, too, that in Islam imams are not looked up to as holy men, but as brothers highly respected in the community for their knowledge and for the uprightness of the lives.
Integrity is defined as the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles or moral uprightness.
Interpreter of events and often complex, painful choices, Graziani was able to direct his every act for the good of the Faterland through his inflexible uprightness and scrupulous fidelity to duty as a soldier, distinguishing him from the ranks of the ignoble or from the large category of so many who pursued only logical self-interest.
It is our duty to be grateful by strengthening relations through uprightness and benevolence," he explained, pointing out that the stronger family bonds are, the deeper we understand the notion of patriotism.
Sherlock Holmes, for example, is not a noir character because of his uprightness and general obedience to the social polity.
there is first the very uprightness of the face, its upright
A family is the fountain of good morals, uprightness, respectfulness, high principles and decency in behaviour and conduct.