- adj.原则性强的，有（道德）原则的; 刚正;
to take a principled stand against abortion
He has also dared to take unpopular, but principled stands at times.
You have to take a principled stand.
She was a strong, principled woman.
I have no principled objection to it , ie no objection based on moral scruples.
Lovelock's principled nonconformity can be traced to his childhood.
We have lost fanatical pride and unyielding and principled.
In comparison, deontology is a highly principled ethic which does not concern itself directly with consequences.
Iraq is the prime example of a principled policy, poorly executed.
We desperately need the kind of moral and principled leadership that Suu Kyi would provide.
She said that these principled opinion will also make the further discussion at afterward summit.
A collective stand , principled and pragmatic, against forces that would divide us.
The nation's current system of forfeiting the right of inheritance is rather principled and simple.
Principles do not mainly influence even the principled; we talk on principle, but we act on interest.
道义,甚至对于道义之士也不会有重大影响; 我们虽则满口仁义道德, 但我们却按照利害来行动.
These actions stamp him as a highly principled man.
The principled stand of our two countries on this question is well known.
He was principled and 5 straightforward in my world of dishonor and lies.
Xiaowang is principled and never practices favouritism.
But he is a pragmatist, albeit a principled one.
It's wrong to bear with him and refrain from principled argument.
Principle do not mainly influence even the principled; we talk on principle, but we act on interest.
道义,甚至对于有道义之士也不会有重大影响; 我们虽然满口仁义道德, 但我们却按照利害来行动.
They often discarded their principled stand and took their cue from changing conditions.
Truthfulness and principled behaviour are rarely part of a populist politician's repertoire.
The principled of medical ethical and genetics ethical universally suit the dermatoglyphics research.
The father was very principled : he sent his son to give himself up.
1. based on or manifesting objectively defined standards of rightness or morality;
"principled pragmatism and unprincipled expediency"
"a principled person"