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Meaning of 三从四德

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sān cóng (Trad.: 三從四德)
Confucian moral injunctions for women, namely: obey in turn three men father, husband and son, plus the four virtues of morality , physical charm , propriety in speech and efficiency in needlework
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Antonyms: 倒行逆施
Example Sentences
1
Shuanger is the most beautiful one according to "the three obediences and the four virtues".
2
Especially to their husbands, they should not only be gentilesse but also to obey.
3
Some say it turns students into decent ladies and others claim that it gives birth to feudal women who follow Three Obediences and Four Virtues.
4
This wave is not just their age are shown in "five virtues", "three from the four virtues, " the impact of the male world;
5
In fact, beauty was not only a matter of physical appearance, but more importantly, as the painting had indicated, was a demand of feudal etiquettes, to be exact, the three obedience and four virtues.