verb (used with object), eth·i·cized, eth·i·ciz·ing.
to make ethical; treat or regard as ethical.
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ennoble, acquaint, sophisticate, tame, humanize, refine, idealize, enlighten, advance, educate, edify, elevate, acculturate, enrich, indoctrinate, better, inform, instruct, foster, polish
- ethical relativism,
- ethical will,
Origin of ethicize
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(tr) to make or consider as ethical
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