Synonym: unmoral. Similar words: morality, demoralize, demoralized, clamor, amorous, enamored, glamorous, clamorous. Meaning: [‚eɪ'mɒrəl] adj. lacking any sense of moral standards or principles.
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1 Humans, he argues, are amoral and what guides them is not any sense of morality but an instinct for survival.
2 Guy was greedy, amoral and dishonest.
3 I strongly disagree with this amoral approach to politics.
4 Guy was greedy, amoral, obsessed with power and self-gratification.
5 And there's Act with their amoral fascination for the artifice and decadence of showbiz.
6 Young children are amoral.
7 Both were perceived as amoral sources of power which responded more or less predictably to specific modes of address.
8 The completely technocratic and amoral society emerges, able to manipulate anything but appreciate nothing; a desert of the mind.
9 Competition is amoral, ruthless and cruel - moral principles and ethical standards are compromised. And it is a civilized way of bullying the weak, the underprivileged and the poor. Dr T.P.Chia
10 She was amoral but honest.
11 Science as such is completely amoral.
12 The film was violent and amoral.
13 I think oil companies amoral.
14 Cats are amoral; they can't be censured for killing birds.
15 Alex's journey from amoral punk to brainwashed proper citizen forms the dynamic arc of Stanley Kubrick's future-shock vision of Anthony Burgess' novel.
16 The idea that lawyers are amoral guns for hire is hardly new.
17 Religious believers are not morally superior. Nonbelievers are by no means amoral. Dr T.P.Chia
18 Only Humphrey Bogart, in his later years, could bring the right sort of edge to this amoral, curmudgeonly character.
19 His soulless eyes are narrowed and sullen, and his arch goatee recalls an amoral Transylvanian count.
20 It was only the latest chapter in the book on the dangerous, amoral, but cunning place called Arkansas.
21 For some one who appeared so gleefully wicked and amoral, Cleo seemed surprisingly dim when it came to character judgment.
22 But "Homicide" only occasionally portrayedits perps and gangsters as fully realized characters,[www.Sentencedict.com] and never went as far indepicting amoral mendacity or flat-out corruption among the cops themselves.
23 Relating to or affected with an antisocial personality disorder that is usually characterized by aggressive, perverted, criminal, or amoral behavior.
24 Are personal female freedom and right in public beautiful looks and shape in front demonstration, amoral.
25 Students lose their innate inquisitiveness and imagination, and become insecure and amoral in the pursuit of high scores.
26 Unfortunately, television conveys no sense of morality since it is itself amoral.
27 With gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS), the volatile oils in Fructus Amoral Rotundus, Alpinia Katsamdai and Alpinia Officinarum were separated and their main components were determined.
28 The genius has outstanding ideas, and they must be implemented, even if they are completely amoral.
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