Synonyms of 'moral'
1 ethicalDictionary, social, behaviouralthe moral issues involved in 'playing God'
2 psychologicalDictionary, emotional, mentalHe showed moral courage in defending his ideas.
3 goodDictionary, just, rightThe committee members are moral, competent people.
The president is a good man.
She fought honestly for a just cause and for freedom.
It's not right, leaving her like this.
She was a strong, principled woman.
a pure and chaste maiden
that innocent virgin, Clarissa
He was an upright and noble man.
Would it be ethical to lie to save a person's life?
a very upright, trustworthy man
I believe he was an honourable man.
My dad was the most honest man I have ever met.
He concluded that it was impossible to find one righteous man.
The president is portrayed as a virtuous family man.
a blameless life
The President's hopes were high-minded, but too vague.
Her character was pure, her thoughts chaste.
You look like a nice upstanding young man.
I had been promoted for gallant and meritorious service.
He was a totally reliable and incorruptible businessman.
1 lessonDictionary, meaning, pointThe moral of the story is, let the buyer beware.
There is one lesson to be learned from this crisis.
I became more aware of the symbols and their meanings.
You have missed the main point of my argument.
The report's message was unequivocal.
I have already spoken about the import of his speech.
2 mottoDictionary, saying, saw (old-fashioned)
What is your regiment's motto?
that old saying: 'Charity begins at home'
I believe in the maxim 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it'.
The old adage 'Every baby brings its own love' usually turns out true.
the old proverb `where there's a will, there's a way`
one of his favoured aphorisms
Food first, then morals – The Threepenny Opera]
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Thesaurus for moral from the Collins English Thesaurus
Morals are principles and beliefs concerning right and wrong behaviour.