Definition of Ethicians

1. Noun. (plural of ethician) ¹



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Definition of Ethicians

1. ethician [n] - See also: ethician

Lexicographical Neighbors of Ethicians

ethical Ten Commandments
ethical code
ethical dative
ethical drug
ethical investment
ethical motive
ethical system
ethicalities
ethicality
ethically
ethically challenged
ethicalness
ethicalnesses
ethicals
ethician
ethicians (current term)
ethicise
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ethicism
ethicisms
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ethicists
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ethicized
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ethicizing
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ethicless
ethicology

Literary usage of Ethicians

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

1. Catholicity and Progress in Ireland by Michael O'Riordan (1906)
"... what discipline is, and what is not necessary? From whom, then, am I to learn? From Sir Horace, Filson Young, and other outside ethicians! ..."

2. Foundations of Sociology by Edward Alsworth Ross (1905)
"... pre-social instincts.1 At a moment when ethicians, weary of juggling conscience, innate ideas of right and wrong, the Ten Commandments, and what-not out ..."

3. "Obscene" Literature and Constitutional Law: A Forensic Defense of Freedom by Theodore Albert Schroeder (1911)
"This difference may be further illustrated by quotations from modern ethicians who have entertained opinions or made arguments bearing upon sex-ethics which ..."

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