American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not moral; non-moral; not a subject of moral attributes; neither moral nor immoral.
- adj. rare Not applicable for moral consideration.
- adj. rare Not moral.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having no moral perception, quality, or relation; involving no idea of morality; -- distinguished from both
“The average Parisienne of the street is not immoral; she is unmoral, that is to say she has no morals because she never did have any.”
“Then the whole spawn of so-called unmoral romances, which imagine a world where the sins of sense are unvisited by the penalties following, swift or slow, but inexorably sure, in the real world, are deadly poison: these do kill.”
“This girl of twenty had developed into a supreme instance of the "unmoral" woman, the conscienceless egoist, morally colour-blind, vain, lewd, the intelligence quick and alert but having no influence whatever on conduct.”
“My favorite was the sweet faced Alice of the 'unmoral' pair. (click on image to enlarge)”
“I was twenty, and she a mad, wanton creature, wonderful and unmoral and filled with life to the brim.”
“She would not mind that the universe was unmoral, that there was no God, no immortality.”
“Like the hosts of more learned thinkers before her, she concluded that the universe was unmoral and without concern for men.”
“Clear-eyed, from her childhood days with the saloonkeeper Cady and Cady's good-natured but unmoral spouse, she had observed, and, later, generalized much upon sex.”
“Was, then, woman the utterly unmoral creature as depicted by the”
“An unconscious hedonist, utterly unmoral and materialistic, he sought the greatest possible happiness for himself, and found it in drink.”
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