Definition of immoral in English:

immoral

Line breaks: im|moral
Pronunciation: /ɪˈmɒr(ə)l
 
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adjective

Derivatives

immorally

adverb
More example sentences
  • Some define it using the term ‘murder,’ which generally means kill immorally or illegally; others define it using the term ‘kill,’ which doesn't carry that meaning.
  • Most of us think of ourselves as moral people who try to do our best with our small failing (for a cigarette, or a beer), but few of us ever ponder to think that we may be prompting business to act immorally and unethically, if not illegally.
  • I think the council have acted totally negligently and immorally throughout this whole upset.

Usage

The words immoral and amoral are different in meaning: see amoral (usage).

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