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unprincipled

adjective un·prin·ci·pled \ˌən-ˈprin(t)-s(ə-)pəld, -sə-bəld\

: not having or showing concern for what is right

Full Definition of UNPRINCIPLED

:  lacking moral principles :  unscrupulous
un·prin·ci·pled·ness noun

Examples of UNPRINCIPLED

  1. a dishonest and unprincipled attack on his reputation
  2. <an unprincipled businessman who made a lot of money—and didn't care how he did it>

First Known Use of UNPRINCIPLED

1644

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