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to be morally good enough not to do something bad, especially something that most other people do
to be morally or legally correct in what you do or believe
to be considered a good/bad thing to do
to behave in the same way that you try to persuade other people to behave
to be the correct or suitable thing to do, or to be the way that people think you should behave
to not be afraid of what people may discover, because you have done nothing wrong
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