virtuous

[adj] - morally excellent 2. [adj] - behaving according to standards of what is right or just
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Virtuous

Vir'tu·ous adjective [ Middle English vertuous , Old French vertuos , vertuous , French vertueux , from Latin Virtuous . See Virtue , and confer Virtuoso .] 1. Possessing or exhibiting virtue. Specifically: -- (a) Exhibiting manly co
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virtuous

1. Possessing or exhibiting virtue. Specifically: ... Exhibiting manly courage and strength; valorous; valiant; brave. 'Old Priam's son, amongst them all, was chiefly virtuous.' (Chapman) ... Having power or efficacy; powerfully operative; efficacious; potent. 'Lifting up his virtuous staff on high, He smote the sea, which calmed was with speed.' (
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virtuous

adjective morally excellent
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Virtuous

• (a.) Having moral excellence; characterized by morality; upright; righteous; pure; as, a virtuous action. • (a.) Exhibiting manly courage and strength; valorous; valiant; brave. • (a.) Possessing or exhibiting virtue. • (a.) Chaste; pure; -- applied especially to women. • (a.) Having power or efficacy; powerfully operativ
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virtuous

virtuous 1. Originally, distinguished by manly qualities; full of manly courage; valiant, valorous. 2. Possessing or showing virtue in life and conduct; acting with moral rectitude or in conformity with moral laws; free from vice, immorality, or wickedness; good, just, righteous. 3. Having or showing moral goodness or righteousness. 4. Not having
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Virtuous

[2014 film] Virtuous is a 2014 drama film directed and produced by Bill Rahn. ...
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