of loose morals

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He pens a tale of broken dreams and impossible love set in an era of loose morals fuelled by illegal booze.
It is no secret that crime is rampant in big cities like Mumbai and Delhi and passengers disembarking at such "unholy" hours are easy targets by people of loose morals and character.
Taking to the stage she referred to women of loose morals in derogatory terms and talked about life's more intimate moments in a fairly frank manner.
Stressing that engaging in such business is a sign of loose morals, those who operate in this manner are accountable to legal action as they violate the country's laws.
Some of the street vendors who recently attacked women claimed it was un-Malawian to dress in miniskirts and pants, and that it was a sign of loose morals or prostitution.
A month or so ago it was resurrected and this time it was shouted down on the grounds that the Merry Monarch was a man of loose morals.
We are also trying to get a copy of Thakur's order in which he stated Phulwanti was of loose morals," Yadav added.
Song and especially dance are considered by them to be public displays of loose morals and sacrilegious vanity.
As usual, Nighy pilfers most of the chuckles as a swaggering man of loose morals, who views Carl''s The Boat That Rocked (Cert 15, 129 mins, Universal Pictures (UK), Comedy/Drama/Romance, also available to buy DVD pounds 19.
Although there are insinuations that she is a woman of loose morals (why else would she be on her own in this situation?
I will be playing a reporter who will be interviewing members of the audience during the show and also a lady of loose morals shall we say, although I haven't told my mum this just yet.
Sheikh Tariq al-Kubaisi, a cleric said, "such clothing is a sign of loose morals and it must be checked by the authorities.