immoral

[ ih-mawr-uhl, ih-mor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF immoral

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I make no excuse for this immoral act, and ask no one to say I did right.

To him all forms of betting were highly disastrous—most immoral.

In the event of failure such outbreaks are punished, but they are not regarded as immoral.

There were no young girls present, as the piece was too immoral.

You think I hold that to be unnatural because it is immoral?

On the contrary, I hold it to be immoral because it is contrary to nature.

"Immoral," has that a meaning from the moment that we do nothing which we are not obliged to do?

The story that suicide is wrong and immoral is, like other things, to be taken with reservation.

That affair she was talking about—she and the man when they were young, so immoral!

Men only began to suspect that they were fictions when they recognised them to be immoral.

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