Definition of unprincipled in English:

unprincipled

Syllabification: un·prin·ci·pled
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈprinsəpəld
 
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adjective

(Of a person or their behavior) not acting in accordance with moral principles: the public’s dislike of unprincipled press behavior
More example sentences
  • You are completely unprincipled and have no interest whatsoever in morals, justice or fairness of any kind.
  • The unprincipled behaviour of the Bush administration has been met with principled conduct and objections.
  • There could hardly be a more graphic illustration of how putting power in the hands of unprincipled people can bring a community down, if it yields to such pressure.
Synonyms
immoral, unethical, amoral, unscrupulous, Machiavellian, dishonorable, dishonest, deceitful, devious, corrupt, crooked, wicked, evil, villainous, shameless, base, low;
libertine, licentious

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