Appropriate manners and behavior; propriety.(noun)
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Use "correctitude" in a sentence
"I was looking at it in terms of interrogative correctitude."
"Perhaps lost in this Oliver Miles tempest is the fact that Britain now has to suffer through yet another exercise in political correctitude of revisiting the Iraq question - hasn't enough ink been spilled in this ongoing soap opera?"
"If you're right you will be assured of your correctitude, and if you're wrong you'll see a fixter-in-training beginning a lifelong love affair with fixed-gear cycling."