Again, not ideal or appropriate, but different than someone for whom cheating is a way of life.
Meanwhile, we have the sexperts reinforcing the ideal of the highly sexual woman.
Who do you see when you envision the ideal Bottega Veneta customer?
As Safran Foer describes it, Paradise is one of the ideal, ethical slaughterhouses.
Lena Rusch and Charlie Pepper married young thinking they were a perfect match and could raise the ideal American family.
The litterateur in Wagners estimation had no fixed purpose, no ideal.
Bruce was twenty-seven, and his mother was still his ideal of womanhood.
Even where we fall feebly short of the ideal, we have no question what the ideal is.
An ideal also differs from a standard, for a standard must be real.
These ideal conditions are, however, far from being realized.
ideal i·de·al (ī-dē'əl, ī-dēl')
A conception of something in its absolute perfection.
One that is regarded as a standard or model of perfection or excellence.
1. Ideal DEductive Applicative Language. A language by Pier Bosco and Elio Giovannetti combining Miranda and Prolog. Function definitions can have a guard condition (introduced by ":-") which is a conjunction of equalities between arbitrary terms, including functions. These guards are solved by normal Prolog resolution and unification. It was originally compiled into C-Prolog but was eventually to be compiled to K-leaf.
2. A numerical constraint language written by Van Wyk of Stanford in 1980 for typesetting graphics in documents. It was inspired partly by Metafont and is distributed as part of Troff.
["A High-Level Language for Specifying Pictures", C.J. Van Wyk, ACM Trans Graphics 1(2):163-182 (Apr 1982)].