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immoraladjective amoral, arrant, bad, base, corrupt, criminal, debauched, degenerate, dishonest, dishonorable, disreputable, dissipated, dissolute, evil, exploitative, false, flagitious, graceless, heinous, ignoble, illaudable, illegal, illicit, improper, immure, indecent, iniquitous, knavish, lacking morals, lewd, libidinous, licentious, male moratus, miscreant, nefarious, objectionable, perditus, pernicious, perverted, pettifogging, profligate, promiscuous, prurient, reprobate, roguish, salacious, shameless, shocking, sinful, unchaste, unconscionable, unethical, unjustifiable, unlawful, unmoral, unprincipled, unrighteous, unscrupulous, unwholesome, wicked, without integrity, wrong
Associated concepts: immoral act, immoral agreement, immoral conduct, immoral consideration, immoral contract, obscenity
Foreign phrases: Ex turpi causa non oritur actio.No cause of action arises out of an immoral or illegal consideration.
See also: bad, base, brazen, corrupt, culpable, decadent, delinquent, depraved, diabolic, dishonest, disreputable, dissolute, felonious, illicit, improper, inexcusable, iniquitous, irregular, lascivious, lawless, lecherous, lewd, licentious, machiavellian, nefarious, obscene, offensive, peccant, profligate, promiscuous, reprehensible, reprobate, salacious, scandalous, sinister, tainted, tortuous, unethical, unjust, unscrupulous, vicious, wanton