Virtue synonyms

vûr'cho͝o
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The definition of goodness is kindness, generosity or beneficial.
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Something that is conventionally accepted as good beyond doubt.
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A conception of something in its absolute perfection:
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(Uncountable, rare) Moral philosophy, the branch of philosophy which studies the grounds and nature of rightness, wrongness, good, and evil.
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(Uncountable) The state of being moral, honest and honourable.
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Straightness; the state or quality of having a constant direction and not being crooked or bent. [from 15th c.]
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A degree, an amount, a sense.
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The quality or condition of being decent; propriety of conduct and speech; proper behavior, modesty, courtesy, etc.
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A set of principles of right and wrong behaviour guiding, or representative of, a specific culture, society, group, or individual.
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(Theology) The state of being right with God; justification; the work of Christ, which is the ground justification.
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Moral excellence
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The state, quality, or manner of being ethical.
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Respectable character, reputation, or social status
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Good name; reputation:
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The definition of honesty is the quality of being truthful.
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Purity; innocence
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Worth; value; excellence
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The ratio of a ship's length to her beam.
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The definition of a character is a unique symbol, letter or mark used in writing.
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An excellent or valuable quality; that by which any one excels or is eminent; a virtue.
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The quality (positive or negative) that renders something desirable or valuable.
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The condition or quality of being chaste, especially the condition of not having had sexual intercourse or of abstaining from sexual relations.
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(Countable) A property or an attribute that differentiates a thing or person.
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(Archaic) Kind feeling; affection; goodwill
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Freedom from sin, moral wrong, or guilt through lack of knowledge of evil.
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(Literally uncountable) Good breeding; nobility of stock.
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The state or quality of being trustworthy or reliable.
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The thought process of considering, of taking everything into account.
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(Mathematics) The least number of times the multiplicative identity in a ring needs to be added to itself to reach the additive identity, or, if the additive identity is never reached, zero. The integers have a characteristic of zero; the integers modulo 12 have a characteristic of 12.
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Frame of mind; disposition; mood
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A morphological, physiological, or behavioral feature of an organism.
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(Linguistics) A property of linguistic units or forms:
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Something accomplished or done successfully; work completed; achievement
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The process of achieving something:
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Any trait or attribute proper to a thing or, formerly, to a person; characteristic quality; peculiarity; specif., any of the principal characteristics of a substance, esp. as determined by the senses or by its effect on another substance
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The quality that makes one seem superior or worthy of special recognition
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The definition of capacity is the ability of someone or something to hold something.
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The state of being pure, clean, untouched, etc.
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Purity is the quality of being unmixed, uncontaminated or wholesome.
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Moral wickedness; depravity; sin
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The quality or condition of being immoral.
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(Uncountable, Christian theology) Inborn corruption, entailing the belief that every facet of human nature has been polluted, defiled, and contaminated by sin.
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A deficiency or need (of something desirable or necessary); an absence, want.
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Lack of ability or means.
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The lack of a capacity; an inability
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Serving as a warning; monitory.
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Sanctimonious or self-righteous to an annoying degree; priggish
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A sharp, narrow mountain ridge or spur.
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The definition of courage is the bravery and/or strength to do something that could be dangerous.
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Knowledge of or duty to undertake conduct set forth by the Buddha as a way to enlightenment.
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The degree to which a system accurately reproduces an input.
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The definition of grace is poise, elegance, forgiveness, or a blessing.
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The quality or condition of being whole or undivided; completeness:
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Piety is defined as devotion and reverence to religious practices and God.
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Complete and confirmed integrity; uprightness:
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Saintliness or holiness
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The quality that renders something desirable, useful, or valuable:
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State of shame; disgrace; ignominy
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In old English morality plays, a character, often a buffoon, representing a vice or vice in general
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(Christianity, philosophy) Virtues from the ancient Greek philosophy.
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Goodness; virtue:
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Agreement with truth or fact; correctness
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The state of being virtuous
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An excellent or egregious example of something.
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A quality, endowment, or acquirement completely excellent; an ideal; faultlessness; especially, the divine attribute of complete excellence.
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Degree of worth; quality:
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Development, growth, or level of attainment, esp. as worthy of esteem
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The right side or direction.
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The definition of meritorious is something that has value or that is deserving of praise or rewards.
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Acting in a just, upright manner; doing what is right; virtuous
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Behaving with sanctimony:
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Of or relating to a seraph or the seraphim
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Inexperienced:
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(Archaic) Chaste:
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(Countable) something that restrains, ties, fastens or secures
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Females or males considered as a group:
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the quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong
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morality with respect to sexual relations
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Attribute is defined as a quality or characteristic of a person, place or thing.
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Any condition, circumstance, opportunity or means, particularly favorable to success, or to any desired end.
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(Christianity) Virtues that are bestowed upon human beings during baptism.
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The state or quality of being moderate in the estimation of one's own abilities, accomplishments, or value.
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