immoral person

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Appearing to have lost his temper during rallies in the provinces of KahramanmaraE-, Gaziantep and Hatay, Bahceli targeted Erdoy-an, saying, "Hey Erdoy-an -- you impertinent, lawless, immoral person -- if you are the head of state, what are doing out in the field [organizing election rallies]?
You are an alcoholic, a drunk, a liar, an immoral person, Mr.
Shakespeare used the species as a synonym for a prostitute or immoral person, as in the Merry Wives of Windsor: "Out of my door, you witch, you hag, you baggage, you polecat, you runyon
Mr Saltman promoted Knievel's infamous attempt to jump Idaho's Snake River Canyon and then wrote a book about the experience, angering Knievel by portraying him as "an alcoholic, a pill addict, an anti-Semite and an immoral person.
It reminds me of those who would describe an adulterer as an immoral person.
Even a letter from the mother of Collado's old high-school girlfriend, pleading for his release and explaining that "Jesus is not a criminal nor a violent or immoral person," has not made a dent on the INS.