Ethically [adverb]

Definition of Ethically:

fairly, justly

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If the WHO’s realpolitik enables it to get more paying countries into the Covax Facility, thus eventually enabling more vaccines for people who couldn’t otherwise afford them, it might actually be the most ethical model.

“All of us have the right to discuss whether this academic-surveillance software is ethical,” he said in an interview.

In regard to the underwear issue, I like your husband, though I can’t imagine I’d take a stand on the ethical issue of dirty underwear.

The company will become “a new, sustainable, wholly ethical role model for luxury,” CEO Adrian Hallmark said.

Mackey called for “less government control and more individual empowerment,” and he argued that “equal access to doctors, medicines, and hospitals” should not be considered an “intrinsic ethical right.”

If you manage to find a big game animal, get yourself within effective range, and place an ethical shot, your work has just begun.

After a quick tour of several other viral crises in which Fauci has been involved, Specter pivots to a tutorial on scientific advances that have led to gene editing and the profound ethical questions the technology poses.

Despite the ethical concerns, many think the challenge trials are worth the risk.

Other datasets, due to ethical boards, simply cannot be shared.

Fair Trade certification has proliferated in recent years, giving some consumers the impression that companies are now producing chocolate in an ethical way.