Definition of unethical in English:

unethical

Syllabification: un·eth·i·cal
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈeTHək(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not morally correct: it is unethical to torment any creature for entertainment
More example sentences
  • The following day, North accused his bosses of appalling, dishonest and unethical behaviour.
  • To so burden those people, and to continue to burden them, is not only wrong but immoral and unethical.
  • Not only was her action a breach of her visa but was highly unethical and morally questionable.
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Derivatives

unethically

Pronunciation: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • A higher level of moral reasoning, on the other hand, is associated with resisting the temptation to succumb to outside pressures to act unethically.
  • If we exclude those individuals who consciously choose to act unethically, we must still ask what motivates people who are ostensibly dedicated to helping mankind to perpetrate injustice.
  • Businesses competed ruthlessly, sometimes unethically, and corrupted the political system through bribes, kickbacks, and illegal rebates.

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