immorality

[ im-uh-ral-i-tee, im-aw- ]SEE DEFINITION OF immorality

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMORALITY

And then, what are the signs of immorality that meet the eye?

Public schools are the nurseries of all vice and immorality.

Thus, to Spencer, the evolutionist theory contains no immorality.

One step in the path of immorality and crime too often leads on to another.

I tried to give you my views about this in the case of drink and immorality.

You have come to gamble, and your gambling is attended by every form of intemperance and immorality.

Together they bewailed the immorality of the ship's company.

Many criminals do not realise the immorality of their actions.

At that time no thought of immorality seems to have entered into that news.

Suddenly the conversation turned to the immorality of the town.

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