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amoral, immoral, unmoral
amoral (ay MOHR uhl) (adjective)
1. Not showing concern for what is right or wrong in human behavior: Ralph is an amoral, selfish man who is only interested in pursuing his own personal goals regardless of how others might be harmed.
2. Not caring about right and wrong: The governor has a cynical and amoral way of striving to increase his personal political objectives.
immoral (i MOR uhl) (adjective)
Contrary to established social principles; corrupt, evil, wrong: Selling illegal drugs to anyone is immoral.
unmoral (uhn MOR uhl) (adjective)
Having no perception of what is right or wrong or unable to distinguish right from wrong: An infant or someone who is mentally incapable of knowing what is right or wrong is considered to be unmoral; that is, neither "moral" nor "immoral".

The owner of the business felt that he was justified in firing the drug dealer because drug dealing is an immoral activity.

Dale was amoral in his attitude according to the head of the company; especially, since he was unmoral as revealed by his on-the-job behavior.

This entry is located in the following unit: mor-, mora- (page 1)
immoral, immortal
immoral (i MAWR uhl, i MAHR uhl) (adjective)
Relating to behavior or beliefs that conflict with perceived traditional and acceptable ways of conduct: Because Mildred chose a stage career, her family thought she had fallen into an immoral way of life.
immortal (i MAWR t'l) (adjective)
Referring to a being having eternal life or existence; never dying, undying: Many religions teach that when a person lives a holy life or is committed to a certain theology, that he or she will be immortal after leaving this mortal life.
immortal (i MAWR t'l) (noun)
The quality of unending or lasting fame or existence: The emperor thought he would be remembered as an immortal in his kingdom when his time came to leave the earth and had to accept the fact that he was getting very old.

The romantic poet gained immortal fame even though many considered his social behavior to be immoral.

(Greek: something that is wrong; sin, evil behavior; wickedness in living; misconduct; that part of theology that deals with sin or immoral deeds)