Related formsmis·prin·ci·pled, adjectivenon·prin·ci·pled, adjectivewell-prin·ci·pled, adjective
Examples from the Web for principled
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
Thousands rise, Prompt at its call, and principled to strike The tyrants and the tyrannies alike!War Poetry of the South|Various
That the case is reversed with those who are not principled in conjugial love, is well known.
Friendship increases with those who are principled in love truly conjugial, 214.
The aura is the continent of celestial light and heat, or of the wisdom and love in which the angels are principled, 145.
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