Definition of "unvirtuous" [unvirtuous]

  • Not virtuous; having no virtue. (adjective)

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Use "unvirtuous" in a sentence
  • ""Markets understand stimulus is finite - and thus we are in an unvirtuous negative cycle: we stimulate, no one buys it, so we stimulate more, then we engage in political high drama over the stimulus just to make sure nobody buys it.""
  • "Part of the answer has to do with the unvirtuous circle created when organized labor—public as well as private—forgets it has an interest in a growth-friendly environment."
  • "What happens is that fecal matter builds up in your colon, causing an unvirtuous cycle: the more fecal matter that builds up, blocking the openings of the colon, the more fecal matter gets stuck up there, putrefying for years."