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  • I tried to be honest with all of you, not just some of you.
  • He wanted honest, hard-working, people who would make the colony a success.
  • My experience is that the English are the most honest race in the world.
  • He's always been so honest in his songs, which is like all of us.
  • In his writing and speech, he should use honest and plain language.
  • I'm not sure that the public at large did either, to be honest.
  • I thought he took the money and ran, to be honest.
  • I knew a man that once upon a time was the honestest man ever lived. Cited from Mr. Scraggs, by Henry Wallace Phillips
  • He felt that honest work brought men to liberty and culture.
  • Their time as honest men would not last long.
  • I wasn't really a big part of it to be honest with you.
  • To be perfectly honest it didn't turn out as good as we wanted it to.
  • You see, every time you won an honest race, that's when you were a giant.
  • But to be honest, they are not that important to us.
  • Some performers who use cold reading are honest about their use of the technique.
  • His original intention was to become an honest merchant, making a living from the sea.
  • Wakefield felt he had been honest but very few of the government agreed with him.
  • Being honest men, he knew they would only accept the bribe if they felt they could help him.
  • But to be perfectly honest with you, I don't care a lot.
  • Under such conditions it quite obviously did not pay to be honest.
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Meaning of honest

  • adjective Not disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent
    honest lawyers, honest reporting