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Spell check of immoral

Correct spelling: immoral

Synonyms:
degenerate, sadistic, dishonorable, unprincipled, untrustworthy, dirty, unclean, lowly, vicious, nefarious, crafty, insincere, fraudulent, blameworthy, bad, wrong, reprobate, blemished, villainous, profligate, perverted, amoral, riotous, misdoing, abominable, iniquitous, sinful, double-faced, debased, obnoxious, evil, turncoat, wicked, humble, sordid, deviant, sinister, hypocritical, gross, scrofulous, imperfect, shocking, obscene, evildoing, debauched, dishonest, base, scandalous, deceiving, improper, cheating, unchaste, good, fast, deceitful, shameful, meanspirited, baseborn, dissipated, depraved, treacherous, peccant, underhanded, perverse, devious, traitorous, libertine, unethical, crooked, damnable, dissolute, culpable, degraded, disgraceful, unscrupulous, defective, prevaricating, right, vile, corrupt, indecent, impure, lawbreaking, felonious, mean, basal, reprehensible, black, wrongdoing, restraint, shameless, dishonourable, slovenly, unlawful, criminal, uncleanly, illegal, guilty, flagitious.

Antonyms:
incorrupt, moral, lawful, clean, legal, righteous, just, amoral, nocturnal, right, unmoral, innocent, nightly, clean-living, virtuous, meritorious, moralistic, chaste.

Examples of usage:

1) No miracle can prove that immoral teaching is sacred. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) If the immoral obligation be well concealed in the negotiation, I don't see how it is to be broken. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) Excess and imprudence have often a cause which we call immoral; but excess and imprudence may have an innocent or even heroic cause. - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.

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