right-thinking

right-thinking

(ˈraɪtˌθɪŋkɪŋ)
adj
possessing reasonable and generally acceptable opinions
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It was an affront to me and all right-thinking Scots that the Queen opened the bridge in the first place.
But, however, I cannot conceive of any right-thinking person who would refuse to stand for their own National Anthem.
No matter who the victim was, every right-thinking person must condemn murder.
At a time when the 'No Surrender' slogan has been hijacked by extremist groups, no right-thinking supporter will join in.
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As a result even right-thinking individuals make unconscious decisions based on a person's race.
Most right-thinking people - especially those with children of their own - would expect the judge to jail Raybould.
What on earth are all right-thinking Merseysiders supposed to do .
He said the crime would "deeply disturb" all right-thinking people.
Give me the grounded, intelligent views of right-thinking Northerners to some of our socalled economics gurus from The Smoke any day of the week.
All right-thinking people know that was the definition of incredible.
In writing these few lines I feel confident I am expressing the dismay of us all with a Government that does not uphold the rights and the dignity of the people who elected them to serve the nation as any right-thinking person would expect.