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the moral quality of a course of action

a rule or habit of conduct with regard to right and wrong or a body of such rules and habits

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More than four-in-ten Americans (44%) say having an abortion is morally wrong, while 19% think it is morally acceptable and 34% say it is not a moral issue," Michael Lipka and John Gramlich told us.
Brennan claims that unexcused harmful voting is morally wrong because it implies violating a more general moral duty.
Prior to a transition period from 2007 to 2009, when Americans were closely split on the issue, the majority had considered these relations morally wrong.
Abortion is morally wrong, not because it denies choices or hurts women, but because it purposely kills an innocent human life .
People should not be forced to say or do things they believe are morally wrong," Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt, said according to the Washington Post.
The notion that all taxpayers should pay for the health care of individuals who don't bother to even try to get insurance themselves is morally wrong.
It is morally wrong for a Catholic school, club, society, or parish to cooperate with an industry exploiting the weak and vulnerable.
Homosexuality is morally wrong and should not be 'promoted' as what is the norm for society.
In spite of this, he believes that, according to the canons of war existing in 1939, the Dresden raid was morally wrong and had something criminal about it.
Thus if it is morally wrong to kill an infant immediately after birth, how can it not be morally wrong to kill an infant immediately before birth?
It's not only morally wrong, it's incredibly short-sighted.
IN THE COMPANY OF LIARS demonstrates that some government operations are ugly and morally wrong regardless of the ends.
It's morally wrong to give huge tax cuts to the rich while cutting social programs for the poor and working class especially when the gap between the rich and everyone else is wider than it's been in more than a century.
The campaign would reportedly include new bills and tougher controls in order to convince Danes that it is morally wrong and expensive for society to use illegal labour.
Clearly, Jefferson knew that holding slaves was morally wrong, so apparently he had some inner turmoil.