righteousness as a consequence of being honorable and honest
Straightness; the state or quality of having a constant direction and not being crooked or bent.
The fact or quality of being right or correct; correctness of opinion or judgement.
Conformity to the rules prescribed for moral conduct; (moral) uprightness, virtue.
Origin: from rectitude, from rectitudo, from rectus, perfect passive participle of rego.
rightness of principle or practice; exact conformity to truth, or to the rules prescribed for moral conduct, either by divine or human laws; uprightness of mind; uprightness; integrity; honesty; justice
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rek′ti-tūd, n. uprightness: correctness of principle or practice: integrity: correctness. [Fr.,—L. rectitudo—rectus, straight.]
The numerical value of rectitude in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of rectitude in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of rectitude in a Sentence
Religious rectitude is the sanctuary of the intellectually reticent
Your attitude is a multitude of aptitude and rectitude which decides your altitude in plenitude.
A reputation for good judgment, for fair dealing, for truth, and for rectitude, is itself a fortune.
Justice is a certain rectitude of mind whereby a man does what he ought to do in circumstances confronting him.
My understanding of scripture is that its about protecting the stranger and the prisoner and the poor person and that idea, thats what I get in the gospel when Im at church and his has a lot more to do with sexuality ... and a certain view of rectitude.
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