morally

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moral +‎ -ly

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morally (comparative more morally, superlative most morally)

  1. In terms of morals or ethics.
    Morally, it is a difficult issue to deal with.
  2. In keeping of requirements of morality.
    to behave morally
  3. to all intents and purposes; practically.

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  • (in keeping of requirements of morality): immorally

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