right-thinking

[rahyt-thing-king]
adjective
having acceptably proper or correct convictions, beliefs, etc.

Origin:
1820–30

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right-thinking (ˈraɪtˌθɪŋkɪŋ)
 
adj
possessing reasonable and generally acceptable opinions

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Example sentences
It's these other poor benighted souls who have to be brought into line with our right-thinking orthodoxy.
More importantly, it's equally obvious that even right-thinking people don't really agree about well-being, or how to maximize it.
To guarantee the benign use of science, perhaps he would vest power in a court of right-thinking scientists.
Maybe it's the self-congratulatory air of consensus among people who consider themselves and one another right-thinking.
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