One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
to do with right and wrong
2‘a very moral man’
virtuous, good, righteous, upright, upstanding, high-minded, right-minded, principled, proper, honourable, honest, just, noble, incorruptible, scrupulous, respectable, decent, irreproachable, truthful, law-abiding, clean-living, chaste, pure, blameless, sinless
immoral, bad, dishonourable
psychological, emotional, mental
1‘the moral of the story’
lesson, message, meaning, significance, signification, import, point, precept, teaching
2morals‘he has no morals and cannot be trusted’
moral code, code of ethics, moral standards, moral values, principles, principles of right and wrong, rules of conduct, principles of behaviour, standards of behaviour, standards, morality, sense of morality, scruples, ideals
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