Righteousness (See also Virtuousness.) Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Righteousness (See also Virtuousness.)

  1. Amos prophet of righteousness. [O.T.: Amos]
  2. Astraea goddess of righteousness. [Gk. Myth.: Walsh Classical, 36]
  3. Benedetto, Don Catholic teacher of moral precepts. [Ital. Lit.: Bread and Wine]
  4. Dharma multi-faceted concept of morality, truth, doctrine. [Hindu Rel.: Parrinder, 77]
  5. Do-Right, Dudley Canadian mountie who can do no wrong. [TV: “The Dudley Do-Right Show” in Terrace, I, 229–230]
  6. Enoch traditionally seen as paragon of upright man. [O.T.: Genesis 5:21–24]
  7. Everyman medieval play demonstrating man’s salvation dependent on his righteousness. [Br. Lit.: Everyman]
  8. Josiah virtuously reforms Jerusalem’s evil ways. [O.T.: II Kings 23:1–20]
  9. Noah only devout man of time; saved from flood. [O.T.: Genesis 6: 9–22]
  10. Stockmann, Dr. Thomas despite attempted bribery and intimidation, refuses to suppress evidence that the public baths are a health menace. [Norwegian Lit.: An Enemy of the People; Magill II, 292]
  11. Zosima elder monk; preaches message of love and forbearance. [Russ. Lit.: Brothers Karamazov]