Definition of ethicality in English:

ethicality

noun

See ethical

  • ‘As man has sought to quench his thirst for knowledge, lines of ethicality have been drawn to preserve the integrity of science, and provide a framework from which man can improve upon the quality of human life.’
  • ‘More recent conflicts like the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the invasion of Grenada, and the Gulf war have made people analyze the ethicality behind the fighting.’
  • ‘Such research would be valuable and should examine both the effectiveness of fear appeals in ads as well as perceptions of the ethicality of these tactics.’
  • ‘In the meantime, an essential first step is to begin examining tests in terms of ethicality and bias.’
  • ‘What is the ethicality of using magic to block those techniques, ensure their failure, or even just balance them?’

Pronunciation

ethicality

/ɛθɪˈkalɪti/