amorality amorality

Definition(s):

  • (n) the quality of being amoral

Usage(s):

  1. There are times when we wish for some firmer conclusion about the sources of Page's chipper amorality.
  2. Now he knows better, and throws himself into this amorality play.
  3. I get the impression that the world right now is obviously quite different, but there's a certain amorality that's pervasive right now.

News

  1. Genuine outrage at Oklahoma killing, not the right-wing kind

    I have nothing to say about the murder of Christopher Lane. The killing of this Australian man, allegedly by a group of boys who were bored and could think of nothing better to do, suggests chilling amorality and a sociopathic estrangement from the sacredness of life.
    on September 1, 2013     Source: Ashland City Times

  2. Christopher Lane's death was for no good reason

    The killing of this Australian man, allegedly by a group of boys who were bored and could think of nothing better to do, suggests chilling amorality and a sociopathic estrangement from the sacredness
    on August 29, 2013     Source: Bristol Herald Courier

Quotes

  1. In an interim report, Sir Robin Auld, the lone Commissioner, said that he had found "clear signs of political amorality and immaturity and of general administrative incompetence".
    on Jul 14, 2009 By: Robin Auld Source: BVI News Online

  2. "This, together with 'clear signs of political amorality and immaturity and general administrative incompetence', has demonstrated a need for the urgent suspension in whole or in part of the Constitution; and for other legislative and administrative...
    on Mar 18, 2009 By: Wetherell Source: The Bahama Journal

  3. "He's not a woman. He's a male with enlarged breasts," said Rabbi Moshe Tendler, a senior dean at Yeshiva's rabbinical school and a professor of biology and medical ethics. "He's a person who represents a kind of amorality which runs counter...
    on Sep 8, 2008 By: Moshe Tendler Source: Combined Jewish Philantropies

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