unmoral

[ uhn-mawr-uh l, -mor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unmoral
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To begin with, it is unmoral, as a novel of this kind must necessarily be.

It is as unmoral as the succession of the seasons, or the movement of the tides.

So far there is nothing essentially moral or unmoral about him.

He is unmoral because he never had any morals to begin with.

The atmosphere in which she was raised had been unmoral; it had not been consciously immoral.

All this habit of destructiveness is uneconomic in the best sense, unsocial, unmoral.

There was a great to-do about morals, but most people were immoral or unmoral.

Bushido could not accept the judgment of Huxley, that the cosmic process was unmoral.

How is it possible for a child to be unmoral and not immoral?

If freedom is a fiction the universe is not only unmoral, but immoral.

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