Morally and Politically

Morally

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Morally adverb – In a moral manner.
Politically and morally are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Politically" instead an adverb "Morally".
Nearby Words: moral, morality, moralistic, moralize, morale
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Politically

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Politically adverb – With regard to government.
Morally and politically are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Morally" instead an adverb "Politically".
Nearby Words: policy, politic, polity, politics, political
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  • Because I could've sworn that his sentiment that he was okay with boning her as long as her body was still somewhat warm was politically (and ethically and morally) incorrect.
  • Villainous Incest For the above note: that marriage and the one in Hamlet, though politically viable, were considered morally wrong.
  • Smug people who brags about how morally superior and politically correct they are.
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