honourability

honourability

(ˈɒnərəˈbɪlɪtɪ) or

honorability

n
the quality of being honourable
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References in classic literature ?
She had passed through the Empire, she had lived through a siege, had rubbed shoulders with the Commune, had seen everything, no doubt, of what men are capable in the pursuit of their desires or in the extremity of their distress, for love, for money, and even for honour; and in her precarious connection with the very highest spheres she had kept her own honourability unscathed while she had lost all her prejudices.
The aggression of their questioning suggests endemic brutality, yet the ideal of authenticity is held up as evidence of the honourability of the police.
Similarly, kissing and sex scenes abound in Peribanez, Life is a Dream, and Sueno, which reflects an intrepid vision of the characters' honourability.
In the name of this ideal, censorship purported to salvage its honourability, which it had clearly relinquished in the eyes of the "people".