Moral and Obscene


Moral adjective - Conforming to a high standard of morality or virtue.

Obscene is an antonym for moral.


Obscene adjective - Depicting or referring to sexual matters in a way that is unacceptable in polite society.

Moral is an antonym for obscene in indecent topic.

Nearby Words: obscenity, obscenely

Both words in one sentence

  • Moral Guardians: The five girls plays in the sea with boys and a woman denounces this obscene behaviour to their grandmother.
  • Deliberate Values Dissonance: Part of the Solarian moral code is that personal contact is obscene.
  • Film / Vase de Noces Banned in China: The film was shown at film festivals in Australia until moral guardians ordered it be submitted to the OFLC (Australia's equivelant of the MPAA) whom subsequently declared it obscene and outlawed it.
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