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Moral

30.01.20207

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  1. Moral is an adjective that refers to the quality of rightness or virtue. It is also a noun that refers to either a standard of rightness or good conduct, or the lesson of a story. Morale is a noun that means the spirit or confidence of a person or group. Since morale and confidence both end in the letter E, it should be easy to remember to.
  2. mor·al (môr′əl, mŏr′-) adj. 1. Of or concerned with the judgment of right or wrong of human action and character: moral scrutiny; a moral quandary. 2. Teaching or exhibiting goodness or correctness of character and behavior: a moral lesson. 3. Conforming to standards of what is right or just in behavior; virtuous: a moral life. 4. Arising from.
  3. moral: (mōr'ăl) 1. Pertaining to the rightness or wrongness of an act. 2. Ethical; in accord with accepted rules of what is right. 3. Teaching or conveying a moral (i.e., a moral lession).
  4. moral definition: 1. relating to the standards of good or bad behaviour, fairness, honesty, etc. that each person. Learn more.
  5. Dec 25,  · Directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya. With Lorna Tolentino, Gina Alajar, Sandy Andolong, Anna Marin. Joey, Kathy, Sylvia and Maritess are not only classmates - they are the best of friends. Joey is a drug user who sleeps around. Kathy is a mediocre singer who will stop at nothing to fulfill her dreams of going big-time. Sylvia is a liberated woman who finds security in /10(29).
  6. Apr 07,  · The adjective "moral" (with the stress on the first syllable) characterizes an action or object as ethical or virtuous. When it is used as a noun, "moral" refers to the ethical lesson or principle taught by a story or event. In the plural form, "morals" refers to a person's beliefs with respect to right and wrong, as well as his qualities in the areas of sexual morality and ethics as .
  7. Jun 30,  · moral (plural morals) (of a narrative) The ethical significance or practical lesson. The moral of The Boy Who Cried Wolf is that if you repeatedly lie, people won't believe you when you tell the truth. , Thomas Macaulay, Comic Dramatists of the Restoration (printed in Edinburgh Review, January ).

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