Definition of Moralled
1. moral [v] - See also: moral
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Literary usage of Moralled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ancient laws of Ireland by Ireland, Ireland Commissioners for Pub. the Ancient Laws and Institutes of Ireland, William Neilson Hancock (1879)
"Well-moralled, ie without thieving, without robbery. Sound, ie without crime. Affluent, ie as to lending and giving in charge and on pledge, or for interest ..."
2. Journal by New York Microscopical Society, Chartered Insurance Institute, World Resources Institute, Institute of Transport (London, England) (1902)
"They are better qualified for, and should perhaps be relegated to gambling dens, as they belong to the class of loose-moralled financiers who should be ..."
3. Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain by John Ruskin (1877)
"... symphony may assure them that they have been rightly moralled into their existing morals. This perfect symphony of the complete soul is properly called ..."