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high-minded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh-mindedˌhigh-ˈminded adjective  GOOD/MORALhaving very high moral standards or principles syn high-principled a high-minded sermon on charityhigh-mindedly adverbhigh-mindedness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
high-mindedThe psychology of these high-minded missions is clear.Taylor's made a high-minded pledge to clean up American politics.None of this high-minded prose seemed to have any effect on the New York legislature.This may not be the high-minded stuff that nudged this soft-spoken Barnard College graduate toward a career in publishing.Because of this experience he came to champion the cause of psychiatry and of a high-minded version of socialism.She has such integrity, such an ethical, high-minded view of what the human spirit can attain.
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