1 moral /ˈmorəl/ adjective
1 moral
Learner's definition of MORAL
always used before a noun
: concerning or relating to what is right and wrong in human behavior
: based on what you think is right and good
[more moral; most moral] : considered right and good by most people : agreeing with a standard of right behavior
compare amoral, immoral
: able to choose between right and wrong behavior

moral authority

◊ A person, group, or organization that has moral authority is trusted to do what is right.

moral support

◊ Someone who gives you moral support helps you by supporting or encouraging you rather than by giving you money or practical help.

moral victory

◊ If you achieve a moral victory you do not win anything but you achieve something that is important and good.
2 moral /ˈmorəl/ noun
plural morals
2 moral
plural morals
Learner's definition of MORAL
[count] : a lesson that is learned from a story or an experience
morals [plural] : proper ideas and beliefs about how to behave in a way that is considered right and good by most people