Loose and Moral

Loose

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Loose adjective – Having or showing lowered moral character or standards.
Usage example: the loose life that he led in the years before his death by a drug overdose

Moral is an antonym for loose in topics: promiscuous, indefinite, not tight.
Nearby Words: loosen, looseness, loosed, loosely
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Moral

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Moral adjective – Conforming to a high standard of morality or virtue.
Loose is an antonym for moral.
Nearby Words: morality, moralistic, moralize, moralise, morale
Antonyms for Moral
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Things that words describes

sense loose sense moral sense
system loose system moral system
standards loose standards moral standards

Both words in one sentence

  • Videogame / Firewatch Moral Myopia: Delilah has a history of playing loose with the rules, and has frequently encouraged you to do things which would get everyone in trouble.
  • Appeal to Nature Notably, he says this is not for any moral reason, but because they haven't been part of Earth's environment for aeons, and resurrecting them might be akin to turning rabbits loose in Australia.
  • Those who are One Bad Apple: These characters are probably loose cannons who goes over the moral line with their brutality and or hasty behavior.
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