Contrary to established moral principles.(adjective)
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Use "immoral" in a sentence
"Obama for dedicating a month to what she called the immoral behavior, that would be Gay pride month."
"ROBERTS: The big legal point here is this idea that he gave her a train ticket, brought her down from New York, interstate trafficking in women for what they call immoral purposes."
"Pope Benedict XVI is urging catholic pharmacists not to fill prescriptions that have what he calls immoral purposes."