He knew Richardson, his fellow Bay Stater, was a man of rectitude who would never, ever betray his trust with Cox.
I recognize it will be hard to overcome decades of mistrust, but we will proceed with courage, rectitude, and resolve.
Maybe it is his own reputation for rectitude, a reputation buttressed by the lack of scandals in his administration.
Hopefully, their rectitude will persist into 2012 and 2013, when deficit reduction will be of growing importance.
The subject proposed for discussion is, the rectitude or inherent propriety of names.
We cannot help remarking the danger of the least deviation from the path of rectitude.
Doubtless he spoke like this in order that his rectitude might not be called in question.
He feels that truth is the “summit of being,” and the soul of rectitude in human affairs.
Without this there can be no detection of the real difference, and no assurance of the rectitude of the discrimination we make.
Through them all she was sustained by the consciousness of her rectitude.
early 15c., "quality of being straight," from Middle French rectitude (14c.), from Late Latin rectitudinem (nominative rectitudo) "straightness, uprightness," from Latin rectus "straight" (see right (adj.1)). Sense of "upright in conduct or character" is from 1530s.