ethical ADJECTIVE 1) relating to moral principles or the branch of knowledge concerned with these. 2) morally correct. 3) (of a medicine) available only on prescription.
DERIVATIVES ethically adverb.

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  • ethically — adverb see ethical …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ethically — See ethical. * * * …   Universalium

  • ethically — adverb a) In an ethical manner b) Concerning ethics Ant: unethically …   Wiktionary

  • ethically — adv. in a moral manner, according to moral standards …   English contemporary dictionary

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