Definition of high-principled in English:

high-principled

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adjective

Acting in accordance with morality and showing recognition of right and wrong: high-principled idealists bent on re-establishing democracy
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  • In an age that favours froth over substance, and in a tough political world where simple ideas have to be hammered home, the presence of this high-principled intellectual is an anachronism.
  • They would have to be very high-principled to reject the chance of getting something for nothing.
  • He was a very high-principled young man, who was a model citizen.

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