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improbity

[im-proh-bi-tee]
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noun
  1. lack of honesty or moral scruples.
  2. perseverance.
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Examples from the Web for improbity

Historical Examples

  • Even in trifles, if the mind and tongue be at variance, there is some kind of improbity.

    Arguments Of Celsus, Porphyry, And The Emperor Julian, Against The Christians

    Thomas Taylor


British Dictionary definitions for improbity

improbity

noun plural -ties
  1. dishonesty, wickedness, or unscrupulousness
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