Meaning of unmoral in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈmɒr(ə)l/


  • Not influenced by or concerned with morality.

    ‘Society regarded this victory over sex as its greatest triumph, and the historian readily admitted it, since the moral issue, for the moment did not concern who was studying the relations of unmoral force.’
    Compare with immoral
    • ‘Sex has long been viewed as something evil and unmoral by the church.’
    • ‘The band's lyrics and lifestyle are about as unmoral as one can get.’
    • ‘So while it is not necessarily moral or unmoral to do drugs, the consequences of your actions are moral or unmoral regardless of whether or not they come about by natural means or artificial ones.’
    • ‘The reason for his choice of unmoral means to build a moral society is not logical.’