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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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I do not want to offend another person, nor do I want to offend a righteous and loving God.
The second is social distancing and masking, behaviors now weaponized by the governors of Texas and Mississippi, among others, with the implication that defying public health recommendations represents a righteous statement of freedom.
She thought about how she could be more compassionate — less “self-righteous” — and stop pushing her brother away.
Instead of recasting the Lupin role yet again, creators George Kay and François Uzan dreamed up a righteous present-day outlaw who takes inspiration from the books.
Wolfe fell all over himself applauding Yeager, calling him “the most righteous of all the possessors of the right stuff.”
Even so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but inwardly ye are full of hypocrisy and iniquity.
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These are kept as his law, when obeyed, because of his authority as righteous moral Governor of all.
All the wrong wrought was his, and yet he sat there, calmly eying me, as though he were a righteous judge and I the culprit.
The want of this on the part of the wicked being a curse, the enjoyment of it by the righteous is a privilege.
Surely the righteous shall give thanks (confess) unto thy name: the upright shall dwell in thy presence.

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