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Spell check of morality

Correct spelling: morality

Synonyms:
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.

Antonyms:
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.

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