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moral
Definition:
Relating to manners or conduct; agreeable to what is right; capable of right or wrong; subject to the moral law; virtuous; just; sufficient for practical purposes.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
moral.
clean
guiltless, inculpable, Crimeless, exemplary, Unguilty.
didactic
exhortative, hortative, Sermonic, donnish, teacherish, homiletic, Preceptive, teacherly, teachy, schoolmasterist.
educational
didactic.
ethical, honest
blameless, decent, just, scrupulous, exemplary, seemly, honorable, modest, square, righteous, kosher, virtuous, right, true-blue, worthy, proper, straight, courteous, incorruptible, decorous, upstanding, immaculate, noble, innocent, laudable, moralistic, meritorious, saintly, chaste, pure, respectable, salt of the earth, truthful, high-minded, aboveboard, meet, upright, trustworthy, good, conscientious, dutiful, correct, principled, elevated, praiseworthy, kindly.
incorruptible
unbribable, undestroyable, untouchable, inextinguishable, imperishable, indestructible.
just
right.
pietistic
pietistic.
proper
stoner, by numbers, by the book, in line.
respectable
forthright, law-abiding, righteous, honorable, honest, creditable, good, principled, untarnished, unimpeachable, blameless, virtuous, true, worthy, estimable, pure, saintly, fair, right-minded, upstanding, respectable, noble, angelical, irreproachable.
rightful
moralistic, card-carrying, holding water, rightful, twenty-four carat.
straight
pointblank.
unoriginal
conventional.
virtuous
high-minded, blameless, unsullied, creditable, high-principled, valorous, angelical, without reproach, virtuous, clean, honorable, uncorrupted, pure, unspotted, decent, clean-living, Taintless, good, guiltless, noble, estimable, ethical, heroic, worthy, faultless, in the clear, respectable, righteous, upstanding.
noun
aphorism
saying, sayings.
communication
lesson, moral.
ethic
set of values, ethical values, value-system, ethicalness, ethical code, moral philosophy.
instruction
catchword, policy, axiom, directive, instruction, credo, code, ordinance, proverb, motto, saying, byword, doctrine, saw, bidding, principle, teaching, rule, precept, adage, dictum, edict.
lesson
lessons, chidings, noble action, lesson, helpful word.
lesson, proverb
dictum, sermon, adage, precept, truism, gnome, meaning, moralism, saw, aphorism, motto, axiom, apophthegm, significance, saying, rule, maxim, message, point, epigram.
maxim
by-word, apophthegm, apophthegms, by-words, maxim, epithet, platitudes.
moral
clean, lesson, chaste, conscientious, virtuous, right, mental, close, moralistic, near, ethical, righteous, clean-living, incorrupt.
moralizing
monitory, moralizing, sanctimonious, didactic, preachy.
moral principle
ethic.
Examples of usage:
  1. The boy that has the moral courage to face insult and abuse deserves to rise, and he shall rise. – The Widow O'Callaghan's Boys by Gulielma Zollinger
  2. It was this, I believe, which gave them their moral force. – The Ancien Regime by Charles Kingsley
  3. But where's your moral? – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  4. Upon moral grounds, altogether. – The Northern Light by E. Werner
  5. Why is it that those who hate moral beauty so often worship all the other beauties? – In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens

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