morally : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with respect to moral principles
- r in a moral manner
he acted morally under the circumstances
- Romney was followed on the Gordon program by some husband and wife swappers, and it may have caused some surprise that the morally upright Governor should find himself televised .
- He's just too strong and too tough to write good plots around those big muscles tend to break down any nuanced or believable plot-mechanics, and he's too morally rigid to be .
- The additions: bioethical sins, morally dubious experiments that harm human embryos, drug abuse, polluting, social injustice, accumulating excessive wealth and creating poverty.
- Barack Obama in KPHO Phoenix
Failing to improve classroom instruction is "morally unacceptable for our children," Obama said in explaining his selection of Duncan. "When it comes to school reform, Arne is the most hands-on of hands-on practitioners."
- Tom Lantos in Guardian Unlimited
While technologically and financially you are giants, morally you are pygmies,House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Tom Lantos, D-Calif., said angrily after hearing from the two Yahoo executives.
- Lt Ehren Watada in KING5.com (subscription)
Fort Lewis Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada, who refused to go to Iraq, said the war is "morally wrong, but a horrible breach of American law."