amoralist amoralist


  • (n) someone who adheres to the doctrine that ordinary moral distinctions are invalid


  1. The 18th century's most dedicated amoralist tells tall tales of his libertine youth.
  2. She wants the doctor to cure her husband, a brilliant painter and incorrigible amoralista liar, cadger and thief in practical matters.
  3. His 1937 bestselling novel stingingly chronicled the rise of a Manhattan Garment District amoralist named Harry Bogen who was sharper than a Seventh Avenue lapel.
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