right-thinking

right-thinking

(ˈraɪtˌθɪŋkɪŋ)
adj
possessing reasonable and generally acceptable opinions
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It would be nice if any right-thinking organisation with monies swilling around in their coffers would like to settle ALL costs incurred in allowing them to go about their business, rather than leave it for the ordinary citizen to have to pay.
Anybody between the ages of 18 and 65 can apply and the bench chairman for Shropshire said they are looking for right-thinking people that are interested in life-long learning.
'No right-thinking person will discontinue an intervention that is meant to create jobs and improve the economy,' he declared.
Summary: Seoul [South Korea], Feb 22 (ANI): Underlining that radicalisation and terrorism are the biggest threats to global peace and security, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that time has come for all right-thinking nations to join hands to eradicate terror networks.
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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But I'd like to think that the anger isn't that widespread and that most right-thinking fans realise what's going on here.
What on earth are all right-thinking Merseysiders supposed to do ...
He said the crime would "deeply disturb" all right-thinking people.