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Probity meaning in Urdu

Probity Sentence

In a world where financial probity may not be widespread.

Probity Definitions

1) Probity : صداقت, ایمان داری, سچائی : (noun) complete and confirmed integrity; having strong moral principles.

He enjoys an exaggerated reputation for probity.


Useful Words

Incorruption : درستی , Call Into Question : اعتراض کرنا , Corruption : بد کاری , Morally : اخلاقی طور پر , Righteousness : نیکی , Ethical : اخلاقی , Unrighteousness : بے انصافی , Unprincipled : بے اصول , Feelings : جذبات , Conscience : ضمیر , Moral : کردار میں صحیح اور غلط کے اصولوں سے متعلق , Dishonor : بے عزتی , Crack : چٹخانا , Dishonorable : ذلت آمیز , Careerism : روزگار کے لیے ہر چیز قربان کر دینے کا عمل , Break : ٹکڑے کرنا , Careerist : روزگار کے لیے ہر چیز قربان کر دینے والا , Corruption : بد عنوانی , Hydrogen Peroxide : کسی چیز سے رنگ چھڑانہ , Good : شریف , Beholden : احسان مند , Cleanness : پاکیزگی , Good : عمدہ , Moralise : اخلاقی شکل دینا , Sin : گناہ کرنا , Warp : ذہنی دبائو , Sound : پاکیزہ , Miscreant : عیاش , Scruple : جھجھکنا , Moralistic : اخلاق پرستانہ , Undergird : مضبوط کرنا

Useful Words Definitions

Incorruption: characterized by integrity or probity.

Call Into Question: challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of.

Corruption: moral perversion; impairment of virtue and moral principles.

Morally: with respect to moral principles.

Righteousness: adhering to moral principles.

Ethical: adhering to ethical and moral principles.

Unrighteousness: failure to adhere to moral principles.

Unprincipled: lacking principles or moral scruples.

Feelings: emotional or moral sensitivity (especially in relation to personal principles or dignity).

Conscience: motivation deriving logically from ethical or moral principles that govern a person`s thoughts and actions.

Moral: concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles.

Dishonor: lacking honor or integrity.

Crack: break partially but keep its integrity.

Dishonorable: lacking honor or integrity; deserving dishonor.

Careerism: the practice of advancing your career at the expense of your personal integrity.

Break: destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments.

Careerist: a professional who is intent on furthering his or her career by any possible means and often at the expense of their own integrity.

Corruption: lack of integrity or honesty (especially susceptibility to bribery); use of a position of trust for dishonest gain.

Hydrogen Peroxide: a viscous liquid with strong oxidizing properties; a powerful bleaching agent; also used (in aqueous solutions) as a mild disinfectant and (in strong concentrations) as an oxidant in rocket fuels.

Good: of moral excellence.

Beholden: under a moral obligation to someone.

Cleanness: without moral defects.

Good: moral excellence or admirableness.

Moralise: interpret the moral meaning of.

Sin: commit a sin; violate a law of God or a moral law.

Warp: a moral or mental distortion.

Sound: free from moral defect.

Miscreant: a person without moral scruples.

Scruple: hesitate on moral grounds.

Moralistic: narrowly and conventionally moral.

Undergird: lend moral support to.

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