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
Shuanger is the most beautiful one according to "the three obediences and the four virtues".
Especially to their husbands, they should not only be gentilesse but also to obey.
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.
This wave is not just their age are shown in "five virtues", "three from the four virtues, " the impact of the male world;
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.