William Makepeace Thackeray quote about honesty from Vanity Fair (1847) - If you take temptations into account, who is to say that he is better than his neighbour? A comfortable career of prosperity, if it does not make people honest, at least keeps them so.
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Quotes by William Makepeace Thackeray · Quotes from Vanity Fair · Quotes about honesty · Quotes about temptation

If you take temptations into account, who is to say that he is better than his neighbour? A comfortable career of prosperity, if it does not make people honest, at least keeps them so.

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William Makepeace Thackeray quote about honesty from Vanity Fair (1847) - If you take temptations into account, who is to say that he is better than his neighbour? A comfortable career of prosperity, if it does not make people honest, at least keeps them so.
William Makepeace Thackeray quote about honesty from Vanity Fair (1847) - If you take temptations into account, who is to say that he is better than his neighbour? A comfortable career of prosperity, if it does not make people honest, at least keeps them so.
William Makepeace Thackeray quote about honesty from Vanity Fair (1847) - If you take temptations into account, who is to say that he is better than his neighbour? A comfortable career of prosperity, if it does not make people honest, at least keeps them so.
William Makepeace Thackeray quote about honesty from Vanity Fair (1847) - If you take temptations into account, who is to say that he is better than his neighbour? A comfortable career of prosperity, if it does not make people honest, at least keeps them so.