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'''Honesty''' is the quality or condition of being honest. To be honest is to be honorable in principles, intentions, and actions. Honest people don't lie. Honesty is the opposite of [[deceit]].
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'''Honesty''' is the quality or condition of being honest. To be honest is to be honorable, straightforward and truthful in principles, intentions, and actions. Honest people don't lie. Honesty is the opposite of [[deceit]]. Honesty is generally thought to be more than merely avoiding telling any direct lies.
 
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Latest revision as of 16:54, 2 December 2012

Honesty is the quality or condition of being honest. To be honest is to be honorable, straightforward and truthful in principles, intentions, and actions. Honest people don't lie. Honesty is the opposite of deceit. Honesty is generally thought to be more than merely avoiding telling any direct lies.

See also