Meaning of demeritorious in English:

demeritorious

Pronunciation /diːmɛrɪˈtɔːrɪəs/

See synonyms for demeritorious

adjective

See demerit

‘Examples of demeritorious actions might include killing an animal, speaking abusively to another, or fanning the flames of our own jealousy at someone else's good fortune.’
  • ‘Wrongful actions are designated in various ways as evil, unwholesome, demeritorious, or corrupt, and such deeds lead inevitably to a deeper entanglement in the process of suffering and rebirth.’
  • ‘In a certain way, this is an occasion for optimism and good cheer because we are exhausting some of our store of demeritorious and obscuring karma.’
  • ‘Therefore a human action, good or evil, is not meritorious or demeritorious in the sight of God.’
  • ‘These are all demeritorious deeds that corrupt the morality of others.’