Marked by or showing stability; upright: an honest attorney.
perhaps not deceptive or fraudulent; genuine: honest weight.
Equitable; fair: honest earnings for an honest day's work.
Characterized by truth; maybe not untrue: honest reporting.
Sincere; frank: an honest critique.
of great repute; good.
Without affectation; basic: honest folk.
Scrupulous regarding telling the truth; perhaps not directed at swindling, lying, or fraudulence; upright.
True, specifically in terms of is famous because of the individual making the statement; reasonable; impartial.
In good faith; without malice.
Earned or acquired in a good way.
good; honorable; suitable; getting.
Characterized by stability or fairness and straightforwardness in conduct, thought, message, etc.; upright; simply; fair; honest; truthful; genuine; free from fraudulence, guile, or duplicity; not untrue; -- stated of persons and acts, as well as what to which a moral high quality is imputed
Chaste; faithful; virtuous.
without dissimulation; frank
attained or acquired without cheating or stealing
not disposed to cheat or defraud; maybe not deceptive or deceptive
To decorate or grace; to honour; to make becoming, appropriate, or honourable.
To adorn; to grace; to honor; to produce becoming, proper, or honorable.
Having a sense of honor; having honorable thoughts, motives, or axioms; without deceit or hypocrisy; real, candid, upright, or just in speech and activity; reasonable in working, or honest in utterance; worthwhile becoming reliable.
especially— Having the virtue of chastity; chaste; virtuous: said of a woman.
Having no disposition to cheat, steal, or lay.
Characterized by or continuing from honorable motives or principles; marked by truth, justice, sincerity, equity, etc.: as, a reputable transaction; honest opinions or motives; a genuine effort.
Of honorable high quality; creditable; reputable; correct; becoming: because, a person of honest report.
Excellent in high quality; great.
Of honorable look; fair-seeming; getting the semblance of truthfulness, equity, etc.
Open; undisguised; boldly or honestly showing function, personality, or high quality, whether great or bad: as, the honest pursuit of satisfaction or gain; an honest rogue.
Synonyms and Conscientious, trust-worthy, trusty, frank.