Definition of Ethicals

1. Noun. (plural of ethical) ¹



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Definition of Ethicals

1. ethical [n] - See also: ethical

Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethicals

ethic of reciprocity
ethical
ethical Ten Commandments
ethical code
ethical dative
ethical drug
ethical investment
ethical motive
ethical system
ethicalities
ethicality
ethically
ethically challenged
ethicalness
ethicalnesses
ethicals (current term)
ethician
ethicians
ethicise
ethicised
ethicises
ethicism
ethicisms
ethicist
ethicists
ethicize
ethicized
ethicizes
ethicizing
ethick

Literary usage of Ethicals

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Work of the Holy Spirit by Abraham Kuyper, Henri De Vries (1900)
"This shows how much further the ethicals have departed from the pure confession of the ... And this is, in the circles of the ethicals, the basis of that ..."

2. Current Discussions in Theology by Chicago Theological Seminary (1887)
"... and " Higher Critics," and rousing men to return to the old godliness and faith. The school of Leyden is already waning. Next, says Kuyper, the ethicals ..."

3. Dissertation on the progress of ethical philosophy, chiefly during the by James Mackintosh (1837)
"... on the mode and spirit in which they are cultivated : they are the channels by which ethicals cience has a constant intercourse with general feeling. ..."

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