immorally


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im·mor·al

 (ĭ-môr′əl, -mŏr′-)
adj.
Contrary to established moral principles.

im·mor′al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.immorally - without regard for moralityimmorally - without regard for morality; "he acted immorally when his own interests were at stake"
virtuously, morally - in a moral manner; "he acted morally under the circumstances"
Translations
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immorally

[ɪˈmɒrəlɪ] ADVinmoralmente, de modo inmoral

immorally

adv act, liveunmoralisch; behave alsounsittlich

immorally

[ɪˈmɒrlɪ] advimmoralmente

immoral

(iˈmorəl) adjective
wrong or wicked. immoral conduct.
imˈmorally adverb
ˌimmoˈrality (-ˈrӕ-) noun
References in classic literature ?
It is not enough that justice should be morally certain; she must be immorally certain-- legally, that is.'
A number of the immorally rich clubbed together and presented it to the nation; and two of the richly immoral intend to snaffle it for themselves.
He would be doing a far greater service to readers of Birmingham Mail if he used his column to expose the fact that far too much of the taxes that we are all forced to pay are immorally and inefficiently wasted by our hopeless, self-serving, corrupt public sector.
And in the sameweek, the UK''s most senior Catholic, CardinalKeith O''Brien, pulled no puncheswhen he said the prime minister was "acting immorally by leaving the ordinary citizens affected by the recession to struggle alongwhile the rich can go sailing along in their own sweet way" and Cameron''s opposition to a 'Robin Hood tax'' on financial institutions was 'shameful''.
Mr Walden's suggestion that profit should be a secondary objective of business is true, if the profit from business is made unethically, immorally and is harmful to the environment.
The Israeli government is illegally and immorally occupying Palestinian lands and exploiting its natural and human resources.
Make MPs pay back the money they immorally gained by so-called house flipping (moving addresses to avoid tax).
When such women discuss this behavior, they say the reason is because men deal immorally with them.
The monks describe Efrem's business undertakings as 'illegal', while they also accused him of using the monastery's finances immorally and for his own profit.
We wish to make it clear that at no time have Coun Townshend or Coun Tim Sawdon been found to have failed in their duties as a member of the NHS trust board, or in their responsibilities to the public or to have acted in any way immorally in relation to the discharge of Trust duties.
Mr Farnell believes council chiefs have been acting "immorally" by letting people spend money on their doomed homes.
The public money that has been squandered, wasted and immorally spent, however, has got to be the highest in our history, and we are now being told that we will have to pay large increases in council taxes to meet all this overspending.