Examples of unprincipled in a Sentence
a dishonest and unprincipled attack on his reputation
an unprincipled businessman who made a lot of money—and didn't care how he did it
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The retirement of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy gives one of the worst, most unprincipled presidents in history the opportunity to cement the justices’ conservative majority for a generation.
Puzzle piece by piece, interview by interview, Mr. Wardle fits together a grim story of hubristic doctors and their grotesquely unprincipled enablers who played with human lives in the name of science.
His maneuvering has kept both Mr. Moon and Mr. Kim off balance, made his critics look unprincipled and shortsighted, and kept the global public fascinated with the Trump Presidency, the greatest reality-television show in history.
For Iannucci, who loves to mock the craven, unprincipled pursuit of power, the scenario is an antic delight and plays to his talent for hectic plot turns and (pardon the expression) rapid-fire dialogue.
Why do nonprofit organizations behave in unprincipled ways?
Too afraid to be seen as taking sides, consumer brands risk being seen as boring (best case) or even unprincipled (worst case) by conscious consumers.
Donald Trump is an ambitious, unprincipled, unpopular man who took advantage of unique circumstances to occupy the Oval Office.
The exceptional 1989 film Glory revealed that black men had fought for the Union—yet white Union soldiers were still mostly portrayed as unprincipled foils.
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Definition of unprincipled for English Language Learners
: not having or showing concern for what is right
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