high-principled


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Catherine McCormack, who was Mel Gibson's tragic bride in Braveheart, is the romantic but high-principled Stella, who is engaged to a naval officer.
The company has recently formed powerful relationships with several high-principled suppliers of the products that Auction Mills will plan on selling.
They've forgotten that Tony Blair was once a high-principled breath-of-fresh-air inBritish politics.
But if we are really going to be high-principled about this war then surely it would be immoral, if not corrupt, to profit from our own devastating attacks?
The high-principled rebel was back with a vengeance.
That is not high-principled steadfastness, it is high-handed arrogance.
He's an unbelievably high-principled man and someone I value as a friend.