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righteous  

  
If you think that someone behaves or lives in a way that is morally good, you can say that they are righteous. People sometimes use righteous to express their disapproval when they think someone is only behaving in this way so that others will admire or support them.  
FORMAL      adj  
Aren't you afraid of being seen as a righteous crusader?...     
  righteousness      n-uncount  
Both sides in the dispute have been adopting a tone of moral righteousness.     
  righteously      adv  
They righteously maintain that they do not practise rationing.     


self-righteous     
If you describe someone as self-righteous, you disapprove of them because they are convinced that they are right in their beliefs, attitudes, and behaviour and that other people are wrong.      adj  
  (disapproval)   
He is critical of the monks, whom he considers narrow-minded and self-righteous.     
  self-righteousness      n-uncount  
...her smug self-righteousness.     
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righteous  

  
blameless, equitable, ethical, fair, good, honest, honourable, just, law-abiding, moral, pure, squeaky-clean, upright, virtuous  
  
Antonyms     
   bad, corrupt, dishonest, dishonourable, evil, false, guilty, immoral, improper, indecent, insincere, sinful, unethical, unfair, unjust, unprincipled, unrighteous, unscrupulous, unseemly, wicked  


self-righteous     
complacent, goody-goody     (informal)   holier-than-thou, hypocritical, pharisaic, pi     (Brit. slang)   pietistic, pious, priggish, sanctimonious, self-satisfied, smug, superior, too good to be true  

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