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moral

mor·al

moral

 
 
pronunciation:
mo rl [or] ma rl
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: having to do with what is right and what is wrong in how a person acts.
definition 2: following rules of right or fair behavior.
He is not friendly but he is moral.
synonyms:
good, upright
antonyms:
corrupt, immoral
similar words:
decent, honest, just, proper, responsible, scrupulous, wholesome
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: the lesson about right and wrong learned from a story or event.
The moral of the story is, "What comes around, goes around," or how you treat someone will come back to you.
similar words:
example, rule, teaching
definition 2: (plural) ideas or habits of behavior that relate to what is right and what is wrong.
A person with morals will not cheat or steal.
synonyms:
principles
similar words:
ideals, values
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