Morality Definition

mə-rălĭ-tē, mô-
moralities
noun
moralities
Moral quality or character; rightness or wrongness, as of an action.
Webster's New World
The character of being in accord with the principles or standards of right conduct; right conduct; sometimes, specif., virtue in sexual conduct.
Webster's New World
Principles of right and wrong in conduct; ethics.
Webster's New World
Virtuous conduct.
Commended his morality.
American Heritage
A particular system of such principles.
Webster's New World
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Other Word Forms of Morality

Noun

Singular:
morality
Plural:
moralities

Origin of Morality

  • From Anglo-Norman moralité, Middle French moralité, from Late Latin moralitas (“manner, characteristic, character"), from Latin mōrālis (“relating to manners or morals"), from mos (“manner, custom").

    From Wiktionary

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