Definitions for righteousˈraɪ tʃəs
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characterized by or proceeding from accepted standards of morality or justice
"the...prayer of a righteous man availeth much"- James 5:16
To make righteous; specifically, to justify religiously, to absolve from sin.
free from sin or guilt
moral and virtuous, suggesting sanctimonious
Origin: From earlier rightuous, rightwose, rightwos, rightwise, from rightwise, rightwis, from rihtwis, corresponding to (with assimilation of second element to -ous), or to . Cognate with richtwis, rehtwisic, réttvíss. Compare also thefteous, mighteous.
doing, or according with, that which is right; yielding to all their due; just; equitable; especially, free from wrong, guilt, or sin; holy; as, a righteous man or act; a righteous retribution
Righteous is the 1994 debut release by North Carolina funk band DAG. Produced by Grammy nominee and local record producer & songwriter, John Custer, this work of 1970s-style solid beats and creative imagination received terrific reviews. A quote from VIBE Magazine hailed the album as "...one of the best funk records since 1978. DAG's debut, Righteous, is definitely some of the most ass-grinding grooves you've heard since back in the day." Featured songs include "Sweet Little Lass," "Righteous" and "Lovely Jane." Numerous additional musicians contribute to Righteous, including Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section drummer Roger Hawkins and jazz trumpeter Jeremy Davenport.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Righteous people have no sense of humor.
It was righteous, it was honorable, it was moral.
The company of just and righteous men is better than wealth and a rich estate.
All things come alike to all there is one event to the righteous and to the wicked.
Whosover loveth wisdom is righteous, but he that keepeth company with fowl is weird.
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- nevinný, spravedlivý, ctnostný, počestnýCzech
- rechtschaffen, gerechtGerman
- beato, correcto, justo, inocente, inmaculado, santo, bienhechorSpanish
- vanhurskas, synnitön, oikeamielinenFinnish
- добродетельый, пра́ведный, опра́вданный, благочести́вый, справедли́выйRussian
- rättfärdig, rättskaffensSwedish
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