noun[mass noun] formal
Lack of honesty and moral integrity.
- It is the keenest spur to exertion and the surest of all guards against improbity.
- The ruling party has distorted the history of the liberation struggle in this country beyond fiction, bigotry and improbity.
- ‘She does not accept red envelopes or construction kickbacks, indeed, never commits any form of improbity,’ he said.
Words that rhyme with improbityprobity
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