Moral and Unfair


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

Unfair is an antonym for moral in topics: good, ethical.


Unfair adjective - Not being in accordance with the rules or standards of what is fair in sport.
Usage example: a team that is notorious throughout the league for its record of unfair play

Moral is an antonym for unfair in prejudiced topic.

Nearby Words: unfairness, unfairly

Both words in one sentence

  • Family-Unfriendly Aesop In the famous science fiction short story "The Cold Equations," the moral is "life is fundamentally unfair." This serves as a deconstruction of stories where the day is always saved somehow, all too often by Contrived Coincidences or Applied Phlebotinum.
  • Family-Unfriendly Aesop This also runs concurrent with the mindless Lucky Aide job and Lois and Malcolm's superiors plot so the moral is "No matter how right you are, no matter how unfair something is, if someone holds authority over you, you will not be able to do anything about it." Growing Up Sucks.
  • Series / The Americans The Unfair Sex: As stated in the Moral Myopia entry above: Elizabeth's affair with Gregory (which lasted for years) is portrayed in a sympathetic light because he was "passionate" about her and Elizabeth hadn't yet started falling for Philip.
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