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Synonyms for right-minded

in accordance with principles of right or good conduct

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disposed toward or having views based on what is right

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A "right-minded person" who wants an end to the killing without having a care as to its causes is not a right-minded person.
Most right-minded people celebrated their fantastic victory over the Government to win the right to live here last week.
No right-minded person could stab or beat another human to death.
As if we haven't had enough distress with the Jerry Spring and Da Vinci Code's blasphemous attack on our holy Catholic faith, it is totally outrageous, and I cannot conceive how any right-minded, so-called superstar could think of such a terrible stunt.
This zero tolerance policy keeps me using the buses and I hope it will encourage other right-minded people to do the same
Even right-minded Democrats have to agree, McClintock has always been the right choice to bring back the California economy and the respect we need to hold up our heads in our nation again.
The goal of every right-minded individual should be to squeeze out abuses and restore confidence in the decision-making process that governs CEO compensation--but to do it in a way that doesn't destroy the ability of CEOs to earn handsome incomes.
LIKE most right-minded people I've thought long and hard about the war with Iraq.
On one side are environmentalists, who fear any kind of cuffing in the woods--regardless of how right-minded the reasoning is--will cut the good stuff, the big trees.
Thrown together, the two find that individual Hyadeans can meld the best of both worlds in concert with right-minded Earthlings, including themselves.
For medieval and early modern thinkers a common weal or commonwealth was intrinsically a godly community, a view that imposed duties on the virtuous -- whether right-minded laymen and clergy or the monarch and his servants acting in their official governmental capacities -- to suppress sin and bring moral reform to society insofar as they could.
In that vanished world, the Progressive faith in disinterested knowledge on behalf of overarching ends was tended not only by a right-minded public and constructive groups of laborers and consumers, but also, crucially, by elites who were capable of rising above narrow self-interest.