Definition of the moral majority noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


the moral majority

; NAmE
[singular + singular or plural verb]
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the largest group of people in a society, considered as having very traditional ideas about moral matters, religion, sexual behaviour, etc. Word Origin1970s: originally as Moral Majority, the name of a right-wing movement in the US.
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