There is honesty in what I create, and I want my guests to witness the simple and vulnerable nature of the cooking process.
Three recent memoirs by Sloane Crosley, Emily Gould, and Samantha Bee have everyone laughing and applauding their honesty.
Rothermere, writes Stewart, was “a victim of his own honesty” in emphasizing he was primarily interested in The Sunday Times.
honesty requires addressing their crimes as well as their successes.
The charming personality and honesty of “The Scared Is Scared” brings us in close.
To you—you alone—I will give every guarantee that a man may give of his honor and honesty.
He was big and upstanding, with a look of honesty that Pen liked.
Nay, I will consent to act any villany against him, that may not sully the chariness of our honesty.
What crops of wit and honesty appear From spleen, from obstinacy, hate, or fear!
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.