The case for a living wage is economically and ethically powerful if it is made by working poor who genuinely need a living wage.
But I'm ethically bound not to reveal what I know until the reluctant source turns the golden key that will unlock my lips.
His conduct in office has been so ethically challenged that even Sarah Palin has accused him of “crony capitalism.”
Some are afraid Reid will alienate his liberal base, which will be offended at his allegiance to the ethically challenged Ensign.
I have zero faith in their ability to do so in a way that is environmentally, ethically or effectively sound.
ethically, mystically, he was always a Christian; dogmatically he knew not what he was.
Thus the religion of Homer is, ethically, a very good religion.
The monster sent by one to devour Prometheus is ethically atwin with the snake created by the other to bite the heel of man.
Care must be taken that the stories chosen are ethically sound.
ethically the Roman state embodied the highest good, hence all human good depended upon the integrity and security of the state.
ethical eth·i·cal (ěth'ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or dealing with ethics.
Being in accordance with the accepted principles of right and wrong that govern the conduct of a profession.