offense, loathsomeness, guilt, diablerie, injustice, transgression, evilness, sliminess, vileness, wrong-doing, viciousness, peccancy, repulsiveness, turpitude, shabbiness, ugliness, delinquency, darkness, lousiness, iniquity, deviltry, misdeed, wrong, flagitiousness, unfairness, villainy, right, wrongdoing, bestiality, ill-doing, ungodliness, clean, evil, unrighteousness, dark, fault, nefariousness, crime
dishonesty (part of speech: noun)
vice (part of speech: noun)
corruption, feloniousness, evildoing, indecency, depravity, sadism, debauchery, iniquitousness, impropriety, perverseness, sinfulness, debasement, villainousness, reprehensibleness, badness, obnoxiousness, criminality, wickedness, perversion, damnability, blameworthiness, baseness, sin, sinisterness, lewdness, vice, degeneration, blackness, dissoluteness
impurity (part of speech: noun)
- I rather draw the line at encouraging that sort of immorality. - "Pygmalion", George Bernard Shaw.
- Champigny complained of the expense and the Jesuits lamented the immorality which life in the forest encouraged among young men. - "The Fighting Governor A Chronicle of Frontenac", Charles W. Colby Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton.
- Not that this would be in order for the publick Good of Virginia alone, but of all the British Empire in general; in that there might be imployed all the idle and superfluous Persons, who for want of Employment or Aversion to Business, prove as dead Members of the whole Body; or else by Immorality and Villany prove noxious to others, destructive to themselves, and a Scandal to Mankind. - "The Present State of Virginia", Hugh Jones.