Synonyms of immoral
, see amoral
wickedDictionary • those who think that birth control is immoral
wicked • She flew at me, shouting how evil and wicked I was.
bad • I was selling drugs, but I didn't think I was a bad person.
wrong • It was wrong of you to leave her alone in the house.
evil • the country's most evil criminals
corrupt • corrupt police officers who took bribes
vicious • a vicious criminal incapable of remorse
obscene • I'm no prude, but I think these photos are obscene.
indecent • She accused him of making indecent suggestions.
vile • a vile and despicable crime
degenerate • the degenerate attitudes he found among some of his fellow officers
dishonest • He had become rich by dishonest means.
sinful • He reminded us that such behaviour was sinful in the eyes of God.
unethical • I thought it was unethical for doctors to operate upon their wives.
lewd • He spends all his day eyeing up women and making lewd comments.
depraved • It has been condemned as the most depraved film of its kind.
impure • They say such behaviour might lead to impure temptations.
debauched • a debauched circus performer in nineteenth-century Poland
unprincipled • the unprincipled behaviour of the prosecutor's office
nefarious • He was said to have committed other acts too nefarious to contemplate.
dissolute • She regretted her dissolute life.
iniquitous • an iniquitous fine
reprobate • the most evil-looking gang of reprobate bikers
licentious • alarming stories of licentious behaviour
of easy virtue
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badA bad person has morally unacceptable attitudes and behaviour.
• I was selling drugs, but I didn't think I was a bad person.
• corrupt police officers who took bribes
Thesaurus for immoral from the Collins English Thesaurus