Meaning of unethically in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈɛθɪk(ə)li/


See unethical

‘A higher level of moral reasoning, on the other hand, is associated with resisting the temptation to succumb to outside pressures to act unethically.’
  • ‘If we exclude those individuals who consciously choose to act unethically, we must still ask what motivates people who are ostensibly dedicated to helping mankind to perpetrate injustice.’
  • ‘Businesses competed ruthlessly, sometimes unethically, and corrupted the political system through bribes, kickbacks, and illegal rebates.’
  • ‘But most players, even teams, would rather win unethically than lose honestly.’
  • ‘As evidence for this point, consider that illegally or unethically obtained documents have often surfaced in the context of judicial nominations.’