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Spell check of morality

Correct spelling: morality

blamelessness, nobility, creditability, fairness, virtue, principles, theology, rectitude, worship, uprightness, whiteness, religion, code, faith, saintliness, decency, cleanness, piety, good, convention, ethos, honesty, respectability, estimableness, high-mindedness, faultlessness, standards, norms, pureness, honor, virtuousness, godliness, merit, devotion, goodness, probity, guiltlessness, moral, ethicality, rightfulness, angelicness, holiness, moral philosophy, forthrightness, chastity, worthiness, valor, right, trueness, ethicalness, rule, character, heroism, morals, integrity, unimpeachability, purity, law-abidingness, irreproachability, righteousness, rightness, etiquette, ethics, right-mindedness, upstandingness, ethic, gentleness, conscience, law, pietism, propriety, ethical motive.

atheism, unscrupulousness, badness, iniquity, underhandedness, sinfulness, wickedness, dishonesty, corruption, vileness, sacrilege, impiety, indecorum, irreligion, evildoing, unbelief, immorality, perversion, ungodliness, meanness, pervertedness, indiscretion, debauchery, depravity, godlessness, evil, lowness, blasphemy, viciousness, degeneracy, sin, villainy, degradation, profanity, indecency, crookedness, impropriety.

Examples of usage:

1) If so near to the grave, he was still so unscrupulous as to compromise a young creature like myself, then all persons who had any regard for morality must condemn his outrageous conduct, and endeavour to save his victim. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

2) His most popular book, called 'The Education of the Feelings, ' intended for use in secular schools, deals with the laws of morality practically applied. - "George Eliot", Mathilde Blind.

3) I see the workings of the intellect in a product of the imagination and I try to show that logic and morality have not been so hostile to the poetic faculty as they have been usually deemed. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.