Immoral and Wrongful


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Immoral adjective – Not conforming to a high moral standard; morally unacceptable.
Wrongful and immoral are semantically related in unethical topic. In some cases you can use "Wrongful" instead an adjective "Immoral".
Nearby Words: immorality, immorally
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Wrongful adjective – Contrary to or forbidden by law.
Usage example: charged with wrongful possession of narcotics

Immoral and wrongful are semantically related in evil topic. You can use "Immoral" instead an adjective "Wrongful".
Nearby Words: wrong, wrongly, wronging, wronged, wrongfully
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Things that words describes

action immoral action wrongful action
officer immoral officer wrongful officer
behavior immoral behavior wrongful behavior
lives immoral lives wrongful lives
Other nouns: choices.
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Wrongful or Immoral. 2016. Accessed December 01, 2020.

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