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
Lucy, her older sister Martha (Amy Seimetz), and their younger squirt brother Ben (Charlie Shotwell) have driven all night in an RV, and are there with other hippies to protest the immorality of capital punishment.
Meredith was not charged with being a self-avowed practicing homosexual or with immorality.
The sight of McCain lashing out against his own people and using his own scars as personal witness of the immorality of the abuse of prisoners was chilling, moving and historic.
His vow to Make America Great Again weaponized nostalgia, using it to mask his fundamental immorality and incompetence.
Today, Hollywood is great at voicing umbrage over Trump’s immorality, but last night’s (bleep)show proved there’s no business like show business.
The court recognized the immorality of Backpage and its owners, but once again confirmed that the company was protected by the Communications Decency Act.
But if America has learned anything in the last half-century, immorality doesn’t bring down our government leaders, but illegality can.
Until 4:44, Jay-Z’s albums could be understood as an indictment of the immorality of capitalism by a man luxuriating in its fruits.
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First Known Use of immorality
Synonymscorruption, debauchery, depravity, vice, iniquitousness, iniquity, libertinage, libertinism, licentiousness, profligacy, sin
Related Wordsbad, badness, blackness, evil, evildoing, ill, turpitude, villainy, wickedness, wrong; atrociousness, evilness, heinousness, sinfulness, unscrupulousness, viciousness, vileness, villainousness; devilry (or deviltry), fiendishness; corruptness, debasement, degeneracy, degeneration, depravedness, dissoluteness, dissolution; indecency, lasciviousness, lechery, lewdness, looseness, perversion, pervertedness, wantonness; abomination, anathema, taboo (also tabu); criminality, reprehensibleness; baseness, despicableness, dirtiness, lowness, meanness; lousiness, miserableness, wretchedness
Near Antonymsgood, right; honesty, honor, integrity, legitimacy, probity, rectitude, scrupulosity, scrupulousness, uprightness; goodness, righteousness, virtuousness; blamelessness; chastity, innocence, perfection, pureness, purity, spotlessness; cleanness, correctness, decency, decorousness, propriety, rightness, seemliness
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