Having ideas and views based on what is right or intended to be right.(adjective)
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Use "right-minded" in a sentence
"Or rather, I suppose this is true of most but not all – and not necessarily the more right-minded – people."
"I just can't see a right-minded person pleading guilty to this unless they were wanting to avoid the additional scrutiny of a trial that might have revealed something worse."
"Here then -- for Mr. Colbert and Jon Stewart who controls his super PAC -- are some right-minded suggestions for campaign theme songs that will help the candidate establish a deeper rapport with the American people - or is that a report?"