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Morally good or correct

moral

adjective

relating to right and wrong and the way that people should behave

correct

adjective

right according to the established rules or ways of doing something

right

adjective

morally correct

proper

adjective

considered to be morally good

just

adjective

morally right, or supported by a good reason

ethical

adjective

involving the principles used for deciding what is right and what is wrong

virtuous

adjective

behaving or done in a way that is morally good and right

high-minded

adjective

showing strong moral principles

irreproachable

adjective

very honest and morally good, and impossible to criticize

decent

adjective

considered by most people to be moral, good, or reasonable

SOLE

… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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