Definition of Immorally

1. Adverb. Without regard for morality. "He acted immorally when his own interests were at stake"

Exact synonyms: Amorally
Partainyms: Immoral
Antonyms: Morally



Definition of Immorally

1. adv. In an immoral manner; wickedly.

Definition of Immorally

1. Adverb. In an immoral manner, not morally, wrongly. ¹

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Definition of Immorally

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immorally

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immorally (current term)
immorigerous
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Literary usage of Immorally

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1. Burke, Select Works by Edmund Burke (1881)
"Regard our own title to it as a solemn trust for the benefit of our descendants, and we shall understand how foolishly and immorally we act in tampering ..."

2. A Comparative Display of the Different Opinions of the Most Distinguished (1811)
"... Mr.Chrif- irrationally and immorally. It is to degrade him from the dignity of rational nature, and to make him no more than a ..."

3. The Science of Ethics as Based on the Science of Knowledge by Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1897)
"... whilst / act under the same circumstances differently, he is as convinced that / act immorally, as I am convinced that he acts immorally. ..."

4. The Principles of Nature: Her Divine Relations, & a Voice to Mankind by Andrew Jackson Davis (1871)
"But he is immorally situated, whose interest tells him one thing, ... He is immorally situated who is obliged to withhold from the world his feelings and ..."

5. The Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations by Andrew Jackson Davis (1851)
"But he is immorally situated, whose interest tells him one thing, ... He is immorally situated who is obliged to withhold from the world his feelings and ..."

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