Associations to the word «Morality»
MORALITY, noun. (uncountable) Recognition of the distinction between good and evil or between right and wrong; respect for and obedience to the rules of right conduct; the mental disposition or characteristic of behaving in a manner intended to produce morally good results.
MORALITY, noun. (countable) A set of social rules, customs, traditions, beliefs, or practices which specify proper, acceptable forms of conduct.
MORALITY, noun. (countable) A set of personal guiding principles for conduct or a general notion of how to behave, whether respectable or not.
MORALITY, noun. (countable) (archaic) A lesson or pronouncement which contains advice about proper behavior.
MORALITY, noun. (uncountable) (rare) Moral philosophy, the branch of philosophy which studies the grounds and nature of rightness, wrongness, good, and evil.
MORALITY, noun. (countable) (rare) A particular theory concerning the grounds and nature of rightness, wrongness, good, and evil.
MORALITY PLAY, noun. A type of allegorical drama towards the end of the Middle Ages that demonstrates a moral theme such as a character's inner struggle to attain moral enlightenment or salvation
MORALITY PLAYS, noun. Plural of morality play
MORALITY, noun. Concern with the distinction between good and evil or right and wrong; right or good conduct.
MORALITY, noun. Motivation based on ideas of right and wrong.
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