immorality

Part of speech: noun

Depravity.

Part of speech: noun

An immoral act.

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Usage examples "immorality":

  1. The attempt was made- as has been briefly mentioned already- with the special support of the German- American circles, to impress upon the American people the immorality and essentially unneutral nature of the supplies, especially in view of the vast scale they were assuming. - "My Three Years in America", Johann Heinrich Andreas Hermann Albrecht Graf von Bernstorff.
  2. " And so, for fear of being thought ill- natured, you can not only set your name to a lie, but give a helping hand to a measure, which by your own acknowledgment would be likely to increase the poverty as well as the immorality of many of your poor neighbours. - "Christmas Stories", Edward Berens.
  3. Practical morality is teaching us the immorality of indissoluble marriage. - "The Truth About Woman", C. Gasquoine Hartley.