Common misspellings for moral:
mozzeralla, nural, mogual, momorial, rurual, moerate, majorally, maral, mozeralla, marrital, imerial, mirely, mamoreal, morral, memorail, mpral, temarail, riral, thoural, moraltiy, myrle, mearely, mornal, worul, meteral, maralyn, motreal, morcule, memrial, makeral, emeral, mozila, meutral, myrical, roual, mackreal, moroc, noreal, mucal, myrtal, morol, numrual, mameral, mereley, mozzerla, meterail, merily, morily, motorolla, memoral, forula, merril, murrel, morrals, proaly, marial, imoral, meral, morraco, miriacal, moras, macreli, temoraly, coaral, morely, miralce, mircale, moreals, mutral, moriara, simiraly, rumormill, demoral, metoprolo, moralle, momerial, matrail, marhall, murial, mrtal, murral, mughal, miracl, moderaly, monreal, neral, mackral, maretial, mimual, thouraly, morrel, mircal, moserella, marily, memoreal, poral, meriale, metoprol, moralel, motal, sorral, marsal, moolah, corall, roural, mirecal, comrail, meorial, mora, marval, morraca, numrul, morael, morallly, worrl, memoril, mermail, mertal, marely, ceral, moraly, mutuaral, koral, keral, korral, emaral, morlly, matiral, noral, moraco, marbal, somerural, miracel, morrally, inmoral, mirical, mogol, mortale, mromal, minaral, merell, moreal, temeral, orall, mozzerel, nomral, movil, mrally, maerial, mobal, meracle, motoroal, mimal, minral, morraly, maorals, troal, movrf, meracal, toral, murtal, mareral, mriel, mikail, mamal, temorarly, joural, marrila, femural, simiral, mogel, morro, morage, moralty, mogal, simeraly, matral, moratal, temoral, mirally, majal, moaral, foral, moracco, morat, motorla, mortaly, momal, emoral, youremail, myrlte, mozzerala, moal, monarail, morar, marally, immorale, moratl, myrtl, mirable, morea, imorral, oraly, mormal, morla, muteral, orial, mikal, merill, mitrial, ammoral, korala, monrole, morsal, forall, reral, morev, makrel, morall, nomrla, moraled, mahal, morially, merital, gemeral, mapal, remoal, oreal, matreal, meraly, numral, moria, mrtle, fomral, geral, mureal, tumoral, mroal, moratily, amorral, moari, mearcal, minreal, miracal, emerial, memoroal, voerall, memoiral, morailty, marcal, motual, merel, morrtal, majoraly, mutraul, temiril, marhal, moralls, numaral, momoral, meerely, mordel, meracel, imorall, roral, marrly, menral, mutural, mymail, morem, mourful, doral, moran, koreal, metiral, mrely, marrill, mireral, mirrical, mirela, monel, moarally, morelli, motoral, myrtlw, meraby, morain e, joral, mkral, mlral, m0ral, m9ral, mo5al, mo4al, morzl, morsl, morwl, morql, morak, morap, morao, nmoral, mnoral, kmoral, mkoral, jmoral, mjoral, mioral, moiral, mokral, mloral, molral, mporal, mopral, m0oral, mo0ral, m9oral, mo9ral, moeral, mofral, morfal, mortal, mo5ral, mor5al, mo4ral, mor4al, morzal, morazl, morasl, morwal, morawl, morqal, moraql, morakl, moralk, morapl, moralp, moraol, moralo, morl, omral, moarl, mooral, moraal, ioral, mgral, mmral, mnral, mo2al, moval, moril, morcl, morad, morah, moram, maural, m oral, mo ral, mor al, mora l.
Definition of moral:
- Supported by reason or probability; practically sufficient; -- opposed to legal or demonstrable; as, a moral evidence; a moral certainty.
- The doctrine or practice of the duties of life; manner of living as regards right and wrong; conduct; behavior; -- usually in the plural.
- 1. Pertaining or relating to the conscience or moral sense or to the general principles of right conduct. 2. Cognizable or enforceable only by the conscience or by the principles of right conduct, as distinguished from positive law. 3. Depending upon or resulting from probability ; raising a belief or conviction in the mind independent of strict or logical proof. 4. Involving or affecting the moral sense; as in the phrase “moral insanity.”
- To moralize.
- Manners; the doctrine or practice of the duties of life; moral philosophy. Moral law, the law which prescribes the moral or social duties. Moral philosophy, the science which treats of mans moral duties and social relations.
- Practice of duties; ethics.
- Conduct or behavior; ethics.
- The inner meaning or significance of a fable, a narrative, an occurrence, an experience, etc.; the practical lesson which anything is designed or fitted to teach; the doctrine meant to be inculcated by a fiction; a maxim.
- A morality play. See Morality, 5.
- The doctrine or practice of the duties of life; manner of living as regards right and wrong; conduct; behavior; - usually in the plural.
- The lesson taught by, or the inner meaning of, a fable, event, etc.
- In pl. manners: the doctrine or practice of the duties of life: moral philosophy or ethics: conduct: in sing. the practical lesson given by anything.
- Lesson enforced by anything.
- The lesson of a fable or the like.
- The doctrine inculcated by a fiction; practical lesson; drift.
- The lesson taught by a fiction or fable; the practical lesson which a thing is fitted or designed to convey.
- relating to principles of right and wrong; i. e. to morals or ethics; " moral philosophy"
- concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles; " moral sense"; " a moral scrutiny"; " a moral lesson"; " a moral quandary"; " moral convictions"; " a moral life"
- psychological rather than physical or tangible in effect; " a moral victory"; " moral support"
- based on strong likelihood or firm conviction rather than actual evidence; " a moral certainty"
- Relating to duty or obligation; pertaining to those intentions and actions of which right and wrong, virtue and vice, are predicated, or to the rules by which such intentions and actions ought to be directed; relating to the practice, manners, or conduct of men as social beings in relation to each other, as respects right and wrong, so far as they are properly subject to rules.
- Conformed to accepted rules of right; acting in conformity with such rules; virtuous; just; as, a moral man. Used sometimes in distinction from religious; as, a moral rather than a religious life.
- Capable of right and wrong action or of being governed by a sense of right; subject to the law of duty.
- Acting upon or through one's moral nature or sense of right, or suited to act in such a manner; as, a moral arguments; moral considerations. Sometimes opposed to material and physical; as, moral pressure or support.
- Serving to teach or convey a moral; as, a moral lesson; moral tales.
- Supported by reason or probability; practically sufficient; - opposed to legal or demonstrable; as, a moral evidence; a moral certainty.
- Pertaining to man's natural sense of what is right and proper; according to what is right and just; as, a moral life; capable of being governed by a sense of right and wrong; as, a lower animal is not a moral creature; virtuous; supported by reason; as, a moral certainty; serving to teach a lesson.
- Of or belonging to the manners or conduct of men: conformed to right: virtuous: capable of moral action: subject to the moral law: instructing with regard to morals: supported by evidence of reason or probability.
- Pertaining to manners or conduct; virtuous.
- Pertaining to right and wrong.
- Right; virtuous; chaste.
- Relating to manners or conduct; agreeable to what is right; capable of right or wrong; subject to the moral law; virtuous; just; sufficient for practical purposes.
- Pert. to or founded on the practices or conduct of men with reference to right and wrong, in their intercourse with others; right; just; supported by the evidence of reason or probability; founded on experience, as a moral certainty.