Common misspellings for virtue:
viraty, verite, whirte, wirite, vidieo, vinue, furtue, verty, virsu, virtuozzo, vertues, virity, vitty, wirter, vertue, werte, virute, virtigo, wirte, vitame, viote, vitner, viate, vertu, vitta, virtoul, virtuial, virtuee, vingette, vidoeo, vertus, wituh, vurtuas, vurtualy, variued, virtous, vouture, vitor, vitea, vertuly, varitie, virture, virtueos, voite, virtule, vertual, virtuel, victer, virthday, wirtten, nurtue, votye, vitle, vetae, viritey, varioue, virsue, vertualy, virtal, virue, vaierty, virtula, vrity, vidioe, virtiual, viture, vurtue, vurture, vurtues, virety, virtaul, vidoe, vurtual, viryue, viste, vitrue, pirte, vette, vairty, vertebae, virtuas, vittae, vitum, vitaum, viotile, verten, veture, virtuly, virtor, virtua, virth, vitue, vertice, vigette, virtul, vartan, virtualo, virtie, viduo, virtuosio, vitaa, vortech, cirtue, birtue, girtue, firtue, vjrtue, vkrtue, vortue, v9rtue, v8rtue, vietue, vidtue, viftue, vittue, vi5tue, vi4tue, virrue, virfue, vir6ue, vir5ue, virtye, virthe, virtje, virt8e, virt7e, virtuw, virtus, virtud, virtur, virtu4, virtu3, cvirtue, vcirtue, bvirtue, vbirtue, gvirtue, vgirtue, fvirtue, vfirtue, vuirtue, viurtue, vjirtue, vijrtue, vkirtue, vikrtue, voirtue, viortue, v9irtue, vi9rtue, v8irtue, vi8rtue, viertue, viretue, vidrtue, virdtue, vifrtue, virftue, vitrtue, virttue, vi5rtue, vir5tue, vi4rtue, vir4tue, virrtue, virtrue, virtfue, virgtue, virtgue, virytue, virtyue, vir6tue, virt6ue, virt5ue, virtuye, virthue, virtuhe, virtjue, virtuje, virtiue, virtuie, virt8ue, virtu8e, virt7ue, virtu7e, virtuwe, virtuew, virtuse, virtues, virtude, virtued, virtuer, virtu4e, virtue4, virtu3e, virtue3, irtue, vrtue, ivrtue, vritue, virteu, vvirtue, viirtue, virtuue, 6irtue, virtue, rirtue, tirtue, wirtue, vyrtue, vartue, vmrtue, vhrtue, vi2tue, vibtue, viztue, vivtue, viptue, vistue, vir4ue, virdue, virpue, virvue, viruue, virt5e, virtee, virtqe, virtwe, virtte, virtum, virtug, vayertue, veyertue, v irtue, vi rtue, vir tue, virt ue, virtu e.
Definition of virtue:
- The phrase " by virtue" differs in meaning from " under color." For instance, the proper fees are received 6j/ virtue of the office; extortion is under color of the office. Any rightful act in office is by virtue of the office. A wrongful act in office may be under color of the office. Phil. Law, 380.
- morality with respect to sexual relations
- the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong
- Manly strength or courage; bravery; daring; spirit; valor.
- Active quality or power; capacity or power adequate to the production of a given effect; energy; strength; potency; efficacy; as, the virtue of a medicine.
- Energy or influence operating without contact of the material or sensible substance.
- Specifically, moral excellence; integrity of character; purity of soul; performance of duty.
- A particular moral excellence; as, the virtue of temperance, of charity, etc.
- Specifically: Chastity; purity; especially, the chastity of women; virginity.
- One of the orders of the celestial hierarchy.
- Character traits that are considered to be morally praiseworthy. ( Bioethics Thesaurus)
- Strength or effectiveness; worth; goodness; morality; purity; excellence or merit; a specific kind of goodness, such as temperance or patience.
- 1. Power efficacy, said of the quality of an active medicinal substance. 2. Manliness, rectitude; chastity.
- Excellence: worth: moral excellence: the practice of duty: a moral excellence: female chastity: purity: strength ( so in B.): force: power: efficacy.
- Power; efficacy; moral excellence; chastity.
- Any admirable quality.
- Moral goodness; the habitual practice of moral duties; a particular moral excellence; operative power; something efficacious; secret agency; that which constitutes value and merit; efficacy or power; legal efficacy or power; authority; that substance or quality of physical bodies by which they act and produce effects on other bodies; bravery; valour. In virtue, in consequence; by the efficacy or authority.
- That quality possessed by bodies by which they produce effects; efficacy; moral goodness; secret agency; excellence; right conduct; female chastity.
Usage examples for virtue
Are honor, virtue, conscience, all exil'd? The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886 by Ministry of Education