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    Examples of moral in a Sentence

  • Examples of moral
    1. By 1835 the excitement was at its height, and especially along the line of the moral and religious argumentation, where the proslavery men met talk with talk.
    2. God [ …] may make moral evil, as well as natural, at the same time both prudential and punitory. — A. Tucker.
    3. He approached the moral dilemma casuistically, not abstractly from first principles.
    4. The stories did not seem to me to touch life. They were plainly intended to have a bracing moral effect, and perhaps had this result for the people at whom they were aimed.
    5. He was a magnificent atavism, a man so purely primitive that he was of the type that came into the world before the development of the moral nature. He was not immoral, but merely unmoral.
    6. This fable is a capsulization of a certain moral philosophy.
    7. Reviewing the prudential warnings and moral qualms issued by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops , “it is hard not to conclude,” the editors write, “that the bishops’ charism, rather than the president’s, has better served the nation.”
  • Examples of morals
    1. A forced churchgoer has no religion, a terrified churchgoer has no Christianity, a bribed churchgoer has no morals.
    2. conduct that declines from sound morals
    3. to reform a profligate man; to reform corrupt manners or morals
    4. It gives a pair of drunken bums direction, purpose and thriving small businesses but it destroys their friendship and warps their morals in the process.
    5. Schools no longer teach morals to children. We need to remoralize education!
    6. Just another note: some people are apparently concerned that Muldertorture stories are plotless, but I think a lot of our stories are plotless, and I don't have much of a problem with that, although I do enjoy plotted stories with morals more.
  • Examples of more moral
    1. Such is the breathtaking speciesism of our Christian-inspired attitudes, the abortion of a single human zygote (most of them are destined to be spontaneously aborted anyway) can arouse more moral solicitude and righteous indignation than the vivisection of any number of intelligent adult chimpanzees
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