Examples of immorality in a Sentence
religious denominations that regard drinking, smoking, and even dancing as examples of immorality
a sermon about modern society's casual acceptance of or indifference to immorality
Recent Examples of immorality from the Web
For a nation of immigrants, the fear and prejudice behind Trump's folly reveal his immorality.
Reishi is also in YSL’s Temps Majeure cream, though, at $345 for 1.5 ounces, Temps Majeure makes immorality an expensive prospect.
The alleged immorality for which Mr. Naji has been prosecuted is really a tribute to Cairo’s irrepressible life force.
And yet this same party is unable to see the immorality of their economic policy.
Teachers with career status could still be fired under 15 reasons listed in state law, including inadequate performance, immorality, neglect of duty and a reduction in a district’s teaching force.
While many American readers couldn’t see past the flashy clothes and immorality, the book’s revelations about the business of pimping have had wider implications.
Ryan’s beliefs about the immorality of economic redistribution are his highest political ethic.
Moore began to accuse the women of fabrication, malice, immorality, and political gamesmanship.
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First Known Use of immorality
IMMORALITY Defined for Kids
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