from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or state of being unprincipled; immorality; wickedness.
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The foundation will train diplomats in the art of lies, deception, trickery, double talk, equivocation, unprincipledness, shiftiness, autocracy, and submission and prostration before foreign occupation.
The statement points to the falsity, cynicism and unprincipledness of the stand of the American authorities towards Cuba and Grenada.
As we write, we are amazed at the enormity of its unprincipledness, and the large extent of its destructiveness.