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rectitude (noun) – 1. Moral uprightness; righteousness.
2. The quality or condition of being correct in judgment.
3. The quality of being straight.
Source : The Free Dictionary
Etymology : Early 15th century, “quality of being straight,” from Middle French rectitude (14th century), from Late Latin rectitudinem (nominative rectitudo) “straightness, uprightness,” from Latin rectus “straight”. Sense of “upright in conduct or character” is from 1530s.