noun (plural immoralities)[mass noun]
The state or quality of being immoral; wickedness: he believed his father had been punished by God for his immorality [count noun]: her alleged immoralities aroused a public outcry
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- But it may take two or three generations to get rid of this corrupt mentality and immorality of the present generation.
- We did not and will not think for one moment to target them even if they were people of immorality and debauchery.
- The corruption and immorality that pervades the exercise is astounding.
wickedness, immoral behaviour, badness, evil, vileness, iniquity, corruption, dishonesty, dishonourableness;
sinfulness, sin, impurity, unchastity, depravity, vice, turpitude, degeneracy, debauchery, dissolution, perversion, indecency, lewdness, licentiousness, lustfulness, wantonness, promiscuity, shamelessness
British informal crookedness
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