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morally

adverb
     
mor‧al‧ly
1 according to moral principles about what is right and wrong:
What you did wasn't illegal, but it was morally wrong.
There is a belief that village life is somehow morally superior to city life.
Such hypocrisy is morally indefensible.
The Constitution is not morally neutral but is based on certain central values.
2

morally certain

old-fashioned certain about something that cannot be proved:
I am morally certain that he is incapable of deliberately harming anyone.

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