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
These horrifying actions in churches, schools, and elsewhere show that the advancing years have not eliminated immorality and evil from the American character.
One day later, there was a report that Ava DuVernay (A Wrinkle in Time, Selma) would be directing New Gods, a DC saga of virtue and immorality that takes place in a realm of immortal beings known as the Fourth World.
No one comes out of this book well, not the ghastly, manipulative protagonist or the greedy, scheming people who surrounded her, for whom treason and profound immorality were no more than passing inconveniences.
State law also allows the Indiana Department of Education to revoke a superintendent's license for immorality, misconduct in office, incompetency or willful neglect of duty.
Women have traditionally been given far lighter penalties for hijab violations, although immorality statutes allow for one to 10 years’ imprisonment.
Lily's seduction by Amanda into utter and profound immorality is by turns impressive, horrific and hilarious.
The idealized memory of a bygone era of Christian values and moral righteousness also conveniently deletes the evil immorality of the 4,743 lynchings from 1882 to 1968.
On that same evening, Kennedy hastily went on national television to decry the immorality of segregation and to announce plans to introduce civil rights legislation.
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IMMORALITY Defined for Kids
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