Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- Widespread as it may be, it is nevertheless a way of thinking that is profoundly amoral, unethical and indeed barbaric.
- She has been exposed as an amoral, unfeeling, self-serving, despicably conscience-less human being.
- It's taken a very amoral stand, in that essential issues are often portrayed as simply one side says this and the other side says that.
- The majority of educated Americans believe that nature is the amoral scene of Darwinian struggle.
- Ray is the sort of amoral lech we could never believe we'd ever fall for, right up until we're walking through the bedroom doors.
- It's a gritty, violent, amoral action thriller with plenty of twists and some surprisingly funny moments.
- But I find it hard to get indignant about an amoral, egomaniacal novelist refusing to save the lives of two brutal killers.
- Bored, amoral and approaching middle age he has given up on life.
- She seems to be drawn to these amoral roles; indeed, it's hard to imagine her playing someone warm or empathic.
- Labour weren't elected because they exemplified these contemporary moral - or amoral - values.
- Being right doesn't make you any less of an amoral bully.
- They are amoral whereas we have a choice to be moral or immoral.
- An amoral society may have its advantages, but a fertile field for literary greatness is not one of them.
- Many think of companies as amoral, profit-hungry beasts that will do anything to promote their own selfish interests.
- The television can woo the young with superficial lifestyles, the internet can unload any kind of amoral slurry into their heads.
- They may well be venal, amoral egomaniacs, but the one thing you can pretty much guarantee is that they will be sharp-tongued.
- I wonder if, in our efforts to make our society so moral, we have, in a way, become more amoral.
- Who will follow their conscience when it conflicts with the demands of an amoral authority?
- It makes for delightfully entertaining reading, in a sort of surreal and amoral sort of way.