View definitions for unethically


adverb as in badly

adverb as in immorally

adverb as in unscrupulously

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Example Sentences

As a vendor, they’re counterproductive and dishonest—it’s pretty unethical to say your product removes all risk of any existing or future threats.

From Fortune

Many in communities of color view the opportunity for vaccination as ploy for further unethical, unconsented medical experimentation, particularly if they are offered it first.

It seems like through voter suppression and that seems highly unethical to me and undemocratic.

Gómez said she was unaware of any unethical behavior by Barrios or anyone else on her staff, but that she was alarmed by the allegations and trusts the district attorney to look into the matter.

Fortunately, they say it’s possible for risk managers or regulators to estimate the impact of this principle to help detect potential unethical strategies.

Are companies who use cronyism to grow their profit acting unethically?

The Center for Public Integrity looks at whether the journalist acted unethically.

It was rather equal to our word "rights," which we often employ quite unethically.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unethically, such as: naughtily, criminally, evilly, improperly, shamefully, and wickedly.

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