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immoral

Ethics
adjective Referring to acts or philosophies that are contrary to moral law.

Sexology
adjective Referring to improper sexual relations.
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The immorality of his private life, his intimacy with Barras and Bernadotte, displeased the First Consul even more than his manoeuvres at the Bourse, and he struck du Bousquier's name from the list of the government contractors.
These Indians are considered civilized; but what their character may have gained by a lesser degree of ferocity, is almost counterbalanced by their entire immorality.
She was born in a rural district of England, where life proceeds by rule of thumb and the unexpected is so very unexpected that when it happens it is looked upon as an immorality.
For example, it has been common for someone without an understanding of the African animal trickster stories, and the social conditions in which these stories were told in America, to assume that such stories and their tellers revel in depictions of immorality and treachery - a view that can work to reinforce many of the most pernicious stereotypes about African Americans.
Leila de Lima may be liable for immorality and concubinage for having a relationship with her driver alleged bagman Ronnie Dayan.
PDSH accuses Minister of Health Bujar Osmani for immorality in connection to the preventive measured against the virus A H1N1.
He said: "Apart from the sheer immorality, it will further exacerbate our economic problems.
It is true that in every era people of faith have bemoaned the growing lack of faith and the headlong dash into immorality and godlessness.
The societies for the reformation of manners, driven by volunteers' desires to eradicate immorality, operated in cities across England from the 1690s to the 1730s.
on the charge of immorality, which has no definition in canon law.
and this is the first person, `I will punish men and women for' -- get these things -- `idolatry, sorcery, immorality, murder, violence, blasphemy and indifference to me.