Examples of immoral in a Sentence
Don't condemn her: there was nothing immoral about what she did.
It was immoral of her to tell lies like that.
Recent Examples of immoral from the Web
Read this: Nationally renowned pain doctor calls Kentucky's plan to tax opioids 'immoral and cruel' The accusation is the latest complication for majority Republicans in both the Senate and House who are trying to pass a pension reform bill.
Investigators said Perritt has an active warrant out of Michigan for accosting children for immoral purpose.
Perritt has an active warrant out of Michigan for accosting children for an immoral purpose, police said.
Continuing to attack our immigrant communities and families is immoral.
The White House’s flimsy story is falling apart, exposing the dysfunctional, immoral underbelly of the administration that Kelly was ostensibly brought in to clean up.
To them, 1989 was an immoral deal as most apparatchiks got off scot-free.
During the fever pitch of McCarthyism, homosexuality was associated with communism: a scheme to undermine the American family and American values, an immoral act that left who those participated in it susceptible to blackmail.
Kim Farber, 27, has been charged with communication with a minor for immoral purposes, and has not yet made a court appearance.
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First Known Use of immoral
chaste, immaculate, incorruptible, innocent, inoffensive, irreproachable, lily-white, perfect, pure, spotless, squeaky-clean, uncorrupted, unerring, unfallen, unobjectionable, venerable, white, wholesome;
IMMORAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immoral for English Language Learners
: not morally good or right : morally evil or wrong
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