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ethically

[ eth-i-klee ]
/ ˈɛθ ɪ kli /
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adverb
in a way that relates to morals, the principles of morality, or right and wrong conduct: It is ethically unjustifiable to provide a lower standard of care to patients with lower income.
in a way that accords with moral principles or the rules or norms for right conduct, often specific to a profession: Teachers have an obligation to act ethically, promoting positive values and maintaining professional standards of behavior.
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Origin of ethically

OTHER WORDS FROM ethically

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