OTHER WORDS FROM principledmis·prin·ci·pled, adjectivenon·prin·ci·pled, adjectivewell-prin·ci·pled, adjective
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How to use principled in a sentence
When your party is based around a cult of personality, it makes it really hard to take a principled stand.How Has The Nation Changed Since The Insurrection At The Capitol?|Micah Cohen (email@example.com)|February 11, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
It is our view that the best way to improve the council is to engage with it and its members in a principled fashion.
In the 1970s, you had these very principled liberal senators from the most unlikely places, like Idaho, Iowa and South Dakota.The Trailer: Seven questions for the new political year|David Weigel|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
Events such as the Peace to Prosperity workshop, held in June of last year, underscore Bahrain’s principled commitment to building a durable peace that advances the livelihoods of everyone, including the Palestinian people.Why now was the right time for Bahrain to normalize relations with Israel|jakemeth|October 30, 2020|Fortune
That will be the test of if they are just jumping ship because it looks bad to be associated with the agency now or if they are actually principled.‘This could happen to you tomorrow’: Why agencies need to take note of client exits at The Richards Group|Kristina Monllos|October 19, 2020|Digiday
A principled GOP could,” said the Senator, “find people on both left and right to cooperate on issues.
He developed a reputation for principled independence that others sometimes saw as arrogance.From The Square Deal to The New Deal: The Overlapping Political Identities of TR and FDR|John Avlon|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“We hope that the release of this exam will address the principled confusion that the new framework produced,” Coleman wrote.RNC to Congress: Investigate the AP U.S. History Exam|Gideon Resnick|August 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is a call to be principled and practical at the same time.
Yes, Katniss is brave, strong, and principled, but she is not purely good, or unrealistically selfless.Young Adult Novel Adaptations Put Mainstream Blockbusters to Shame|Amy Zimmerman|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was his father's mouth; it was the nose and eyes of her own mother's people—good-looking, weak-principled folk.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence
Those who are principled in love truly conjugial, are sensible of their being a united man, and as it were one flesh.
That the case is reversed with those who are not principled in conjugial love, is well known.
Those who are principled in love truly conjugial, are sensible of their being a united man, as it were one flesh, n. 178.
The evil in which every one is principled, is imputed to him after death; and so also the good, n. 524.
British Dictionary definitions for principled
- having high moral principles
- (in combination)high-principled