The Harris County D.A.'s office won the Innocence Project of Texas' “honesty and Integrity in Prosecution Award” last fall.
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“If we really want to get into honesty, though, we can talk about being honest,” Gorgeous counters.
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In all honesty she may be handling it better, in terms of not letting it affect her as a person or screw up her life.
To you—you alone—I will give every guarantee that a man may give of his honor and honesty.
The very fact that they come to us for help is an avowal of their honesty.
Nay, I will consent to act any villany against him, that may not sully the chariness of our honesty.
The confidence of the public in his honesty was as great a reward as the stakes.
The registrar and recorder was to be a person of good discretion and honesty, and his salary paid in sugar and tobacco.
early 14c., "splendor, honor; elegance," later "honorable position; propriety of behavior, good manners; virginity, chastity" (late 14c.), from Old French honesté (Modern French honnêteté), from Latin honestatem (nominative honestas) "honor received from others; reputation, character;" figuratively "uprightness, probity, integrity, virtue," from honestus (see honest). Meaning "moral purity, uprightness, virtue, justness" is from c.1400; in English, the word originally had more to do with honor than honest.