noun. ['ˌɪmɝˈælɪti'] morally objectionable behavior.
- sexual immorality
- foul play
Words that Rhyme with Immorality
Example sentences of the word immorality
1. Noun, singular or mass
Unfortunately, abusive behavior is also a common immorality in the workplace.
Quotes containing the word immorality
1. Accomplishments don’t erase shame, hatred, cruelty, silence, ignorance, discrimination, low self-esteem or immorality. It covers it up, with a creative version of pride and ego. Only restitution, forgiving yourself and others, compassion, repentance and living with dignity will ever erase the past.
- Shannon L. Alder
2. Even if it were true that evolution, or the teaching of evolution, encouraged immorality that would not imply that the theory of evolution was false.
- Richard Dawkins, The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution
3. In the mind of all, fiction, in the logical sense, has been the coin of necessity;—in that of poets of amusement—in that of the priest and the lawyer of mischievous immorality in the shape of mischievous ambition,—and too often both priest and lawyer have framed or made in part this instrument.
- Jeremy Bentham, The Panopticon Writings
noun. ['ˌɪmɝˈælɪti'] the quality of not being in accord with standards of right or good conduct.