Synonyms for Virtuous:


angelic (adjective)
innocent, saintly, good.
blameless (adjective)
clear, faultless, irreproachable, impeccable, stainless, immaculate, clean, unblemished, unspotted, unimpeachable.
celibate (adjective)
decent (adjective)
ethical, nice, correct.
good (adjective)
study at chaste.
innocent (adjective)
uncorrupted, impeccant, irreproachable, untainted.
pure (adjective)
blameless, clear, basal, bare, clean, aboriginal, sinless, atomic, undiluted, fundamental, elementary, untarnished, plain, indivisible, monolithic, basic, spotless, nascent, simple, untainted, faultless, unadulterated, Simon-pure, elemental, guiltless, immaculate, irreducible, formative, undefiled, purebred, chaste, white, essential, stainless, unalloyed, unadorned, honorable, prime, innocent, unblemished, unsullied, decent, foundational, primal, pure, uncluttered, stark, angelic, primary, austere.
reputable (adjective)
respectable (adjective)
blameless, law-abiding, righteous, worthy, forthright, noble, honest, respectable, estimable, unimpeachable, angelical, pure, principled, untarnished, good, upstanding, saintly, right-minded, true, creditable, irreproachable, fair, moral, honorable.
rightful (adjective)
virtuous (adjective)
unspotted, chaste, guiltless, upstanding, spotless, angelical, untainted, Taintless, ethical, good, valorous, honorable, moral, estimable, respectable, honest, unsullied, heroic, clean, righteous, right-minded, principled, worthy, pure, decent, faultless, blameless, high-minded, untarnished, upright, uncorrupted, creditable, noble.


conceited, egocentric, proud, patronizing, self-opinionated, immodest, arrogant, self-satisfied, vain, superior. proper, rightful, correct. nice, restraint, modest. virtuous (noun)
vestal, virginal, pure, chaste, sinless, moral, innocent, upright, good, impeccable, just, righteous, impeccant.

Other synonyms:

modest, proper, correct. nice. Other relevant words:
rightful, virginal, nice, impeccant, vestal, proper, correct, modest, impeccable, just, upright.

Usage examples for virtuous

  1. But if a girl, newly arrived there, is clever enough to remain virtuous only for one month, her fortune is certainly made, because then the noblemen enjoying a reputation of wisdom and virtue are the only ones who seek to get hold of her. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. But the mother's weakness was only momentary The virtuous indignation of the great lady had taken its place before Sir Patrick could speak again. – Man and Wife by Wilkie Collins
  3. But can a virtuous man hesitate in his choice?" – The True George Washington [10th Ed.] by Paul Leicester Ford