Nodding agreement, the other official dubbed the burst of probity around tax cuts “a newfound religion” for the GOP.
But it clearly would have cast those shadows over the question of her general judgment and probity.
Sieur Clubin was a widower; his wife, like himself, had enjoyed a high reputation for probity.
They put an inscription on her tomb praising her fidelity and probity.
Men of probity were employed by the Government as its financial agents.
On the contrary, he is a gentleman of probity, and of the first respectability.
Public life was then not only a possible but even the most natural career for a man of talent and probity.
And if you are looking for probity, the difficulty increases.
Only the expenses of his wife's long illness had caused him to deviate from the path of probity.
But when probity fails, a little ingenuity and artifice will do quite as well.