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immoral (adj.)

1650s, "not consistent with moral law or standards, ethically wrong," from assimilated form of in- (1) "not" + moral (adj.). In legal language it tends to mean merely "contrary to common good or reasonable order." Related: Immorally.

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Definitions of immoral from WordNet

immoral (adj.)
deliberately violating accepted principles of right and wrong;
immoral (adj.)
not adhering to ethical or moral principles;
they considered colonialism immoral
Synonyms: base
From wordnet.princeton.edu