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Moral

▸ noun: principles of right or wrong behavior that are generally accepted by a society
▸ noun: something that you can learn from a story or an experience
▸ noun: the significance of a story or event ("The moral of the story is to love thy neighbor")
▸ adjective: relating to right and wrong and the way that people should behave
▸ adjective: based on what you believe is right instead of what the law or rules say is right
▸ adjective: a moral person always tries to behave in the right way
▸ adjective: concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles ("Moral sense")
▸ adjective: psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect ("A moral victory")
▸ adjective: arising from the sense of right and wrong ("A moral obligation")
▸ adjective: relating to principles of right and wrong; i.e. to morals or ethics ("Moral philosophy")
▸ adjective: adhering to ethical? and moral principles

See Also

A New Creed
A New Creed the book
Moral Science


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