Definition of immoral:
corrupt, restraint, flagitious, dishonourable, basal, illegal, meanspirited, dissipated, shameless, scrofulous, degraded, perverse, evil, profligate, perverted, vicious, mean, degenerate, baseborn, wicked, wrong, peccant, unchaste, lowly, scandalous, vile, guilty, abominable, uncleanly, riotous, depraved, fast, good, right, shameful, reprobate, dishonorable, humble, libertine, unprincipled, shocking, bad, nefarious, culpable, unlawful, unethical, sex, base, debauched, disgraceful, dissolute.
- dishonest (part of speech: adjective)
- wicked (part of speech: adjective)
- impure (part of speech: adjective)
- "Major Barbara", George Bernard Shaw.
These doctrines agree in admitting the fact, that there are among mankind certain notions respecting right and wrong,- moral and immoral actions; and they then profess to account for these impressions,- or to explain how men come to think one action right and another wrong.- "The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings", John Abercrombie.
For a moment Mr. Knight could think of no answer to these arguments, but Sir John having recovered his breath, attacked again: Look here, young fellow, I have no time to listen to jaw about the Bible and moral and immoral and all that bosh, which you can have out with your reverend parent afterwards.- "Love Eternal", H. Rider Haggard.