- The state, quality, or manner of being ethical.
- 1981, Jack Jones, "Social Darwinism Reconsidered," Political
Psychology, vp. 3, no. 1/2, p. 247,
- Some reformers and sociologists, though the majority stuck by the older internationalist ethicalities, began to adopt imperialist and group Social Darwinist views.
- 1995, Linda J. Skinner et al., "Academic Sexual Intimacy
Violations: Ethicality and Occurrence Reports from Undergraduates,"
The Journal of Sex Research, vol. 32, no. 2, p. 133,
- As compared to the numerous studies focused on the incidence of student-faculty sexual involvement, few researchers have examined student perceptions of the ethicality of this form of sexual intimacy.
- 1981, Jack Jones, "Social Darwinism Reconsidered," Political Psychology, vp. 3, no. 1/2, p. 247,
- Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed., 1989.
- Random House Webster's Unabridged Electronic Dictionary, 1987-1996.