immorality

noun im·mo·ral·i·ty \ ˌi-(ˌ)mȯ-ˈra-lə-tē , ˌi-mə- \

Definition of immorality

1 :the quality or state of being immoral; especially :unchastity
2 :an immoral act or practice

Examples of immorality in a Sentence

  1. religious denominations that regard drinking, smoking, and even dancing as examples of immorality

  2. a sermon about modern society's casual acceptance of or indifference to immorality

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First Known Use of immorality

circa 1566


IMMORALITY Defined for Kids

immorality

noun im·mo·ral·i·ty \ ˌi-mȯ-ˈra-lə-tē \

Definition of immorality for Students

plural immoralities
:the quality or state of being without principles of right and wrong


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