Term referring to the inner feeling someone gets when deciding whether or not something is right or wrong.
by PineappleJuice March 1, 2015
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The mind-set that a person is in when making a questionably moral decision.
Them: She cheated on me! Should I cheat on her?
Me: I don't know. What does your moral compass tell you?
by Cornwalace February 3, 2007
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The internal set of morals or the conscience that leads people to make good decisions. Often times this is a person in a group who's friends will turn to for advice for he will never lead them astray.
Guy: what should we do with this extra food?
Guy 2: I don't know, let's ask Landon, he's the moral compass! He'll know exactly what to do.
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A navigation tool that can get somebody through a pandemic.
If her moral compass didn't point to "I win, they lose, I'm awesome!" (something like North), she didn't get the compass, nothing made sense, and somebody had to take control of the compass until it told her "I win, they lose. I'm awesome!" again (at which point everything would make sense again).
by The Original Agahnim January 7, 2022
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