anything which serves to guide a person's decisions based on morals or virtues
Hopefully, the lawyer has a moral compass.
Either he was born without the moral compass that engenders humility or he has one sick sense of humor.
And these odds were often set by realpolitik, rather than a moral compass.
If you are gay, Jewish, old, or have any sort of moral compass, you will be, too.
If only his moral compass were pointed in the right direction.
It is the destruction of our moral compass and, at a terrible cost, we accommodate.
Boyd does have a moral compass—not yours or mine—but he does have one.
Soon after, her husband delivered a speech to the court, in which he spoke of having “lost his moral compass.”
The needle in the moral compass is deflected by selfishness or false teaching.
"The guiding star for my moral compass," said I, under my breath.
Their moral compass, so to speak, is less exposed to magnetic aberrations and is more likely to point true.