viceless

viceless

[vahys-lis]
adjective
free from vices.

Origin:
1550–60; vice1 + -less

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vice1 (vaɪs)
 
n
1.  an immoral, wicked, or evil habit, action, or trait
2.  habitual or frequent indulgence in pernicious, immoral, or degrading practices
3.  a specific form of pernicious conduct, esp prostitution or sexual perversion
4.  a failing or imperfection in character, conduct, etc: smoking is his only vice
5.  obsolete pathol any physical defect or imperfection
6.  a bad trick or disposition, as of horses, dogs, etc
 
[C13: via Old French from Latin vitium a defect]
 
'viceless1
 
adj

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