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Three examples of how virtue may be used in everyday life?
Would: My friend was very virtue today, be a good example?

Are there other examples I could put?

Four words that virtue can replace in everyday life?

Would Happy, Excited work?

what are two other words that could work?

  • English -

    Your sentence is not grammatically correct. Virtue is a noun, but you've used it as an adjective. How about --

    My friend showed her virtue today by refusing to cheat on the test.

    I don't think you understand the meaning of virtue.

    Check this dictionary definition.


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