high-principled


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high-principled

adj
possessing or displaying very high moral or ethical principles
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Adj.1.high-principled - having high principles
principled - based on or manifesting objectively defined standards of rightness or morality; "principled pragmatism and unprincipled expediency"; "a principled person"
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high-principled

[ˌhaɪˈprɪnsəpld] ADJ [person] → de principios; [manner] → íntegro
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They say he's so religious, so high-principled, so upright, so clever; but they don't see what I've seen.
Faria gazed fondly on his noble-minded, single-hearted, high-principled young friend, and read in his countenance ample confirmation of the sincerity of his devotion and the loyalty of his purpose.
Our high-principled stance on this issue remains unchanged," Gatilov said, adding that "We believe that any activity in the field of human rights is expected to serve the person and respect of human dignity.
He would be ever remembered as an ideal Parliamentarian and a high-principled Chief Minister forever by the country, the chief minister said.
SHREE GANESH OLD AGE HOME are a conscious, compassionate and high-principled the needs comprehensively, fast and efficiently.
He added that Russia as a UN Security Council member had always adhered to high-principled positions and kept pressing for them today.
While celebrating the liberation day, Kuwait, as leadership, government and people, remembers the bold and high-principled stance adopted by Bush the Elder to stand by Kuwait against the brutal Iraqi invasion," he stressed.
With its honest, dynamic, high-principled cadres and a political perspective to open the horizons of our country, our party's objective is to put an end to the troubles suffered by our people for several years.
It is the story of a high-principled young person achieving his dream to build schools in developing countries.
Fresh from a Broadway triumph, high-principled playwright John Turturro (above) is called to Hollywood.
Owing to her not being as high-principled as other artists, she paid a number of short visits to communist Czechoslovakia to appear at concerts, during which she made live, as well as studio, recordings.