Morally

Mor"al*ly

, adv. 1. In a moral or ethical sense; according to the rules of morality.
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By good, good morally so called, "bonum honestum" ought chiefly to be understood.
South.
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2. According to moral rules; virtuously. "To live morally." Dryden.
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3. In moral qualities; in disposition and character; as, one who physically and morally endures hardships.
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4. In a manner calculated to serve as the basis of action; according to the usual course of things and human judgment; according to reason and probability.
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It is morally impossible for an hypocrite to keep himself long upon his guard.
L'Estrange.
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