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immorally

adverb as in sinfully

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He said it would be “immoral and unethical” to not authorize the vaccine.

The share of Republicans who describe Democrats as more immoral than other Americans grew from 47% in 2016 to 55% in 2019, according to Pew research.

From Fortune

The share of Democrats who describe Republicans as immoral rose 12 percentage points, from 35% to 47%.

From Fortune

Gallup found back in May, for instance, that 89 percent of Americans said married men and women having affairs was immoral — and it’s hard to get 9 in 10 Americans to agree on much of anything these days.

First, even though Americans are quick to say infidelity is immoral, sex scandals involving politicians are nothing new for voters.

For this, Valley accuses us of deliberately and immorally abusing the history of anti-Semitism, including even the Holocaust.

Meta "very immorally," as Norman told her, comforted Nipen with a large share of her sandwiches.

But even so, I often find myself immorally glad that they figure in the programme.

But I was not alone; for close beside me stood a little French landaulet, the most immorally alluring car I had ever seen.

Love, unless united with reprobation of evil-doing, is as likely to act immorally as morally.

Moya was giving herself up, almost immorally, Paul sometimes thought, to the fascination Mrs. Bogardus's personality had for her.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to immorally, such as: unethically, unrighteously, wickedly, and wrongly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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