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Not morally correct.‘it is unethical to torment any creature for entertainment’
immoral, amoral, unprincipled, unscrupulous, dishonourable, wrong, dishonest, deceitful, disreputable, unconscionable, fraudulent, dirty, unfair, underhand, devious, slippery, bad, wicked, evil, sinful, iniquitous, corrupt, depraved, villainousView synonyms
- ‘And he also has plans to clean up big business by introducing a register of ethical and unethical businesses.’
- ‘Many acts may look improper and unethical, yet there may have been a good reason for them.’
- ‘Half a dozen newspapers recently have fired reporters for dishonest or unethical reporting.’
- ‘A business school course in ethics is hardly going to transform an unethical person into an ethical one.’
- ‘There were opposing views on how to protect the public from incompetent and unethical behaviour.’
- ‘The following day, North accused his bosses of appalling, dishonest and unethical behaviour.’
- ‘If one had no way to justify a particular immoral or unethical act, a law was passed to legalize it.’
- ‘However, breaking the law often starts with unethical behaviour that has gone unnoticed.’
- ‘Not only was her action a breach of her visa but was highly unethical and morally questionable.’
- ‘From an environmental point of view, I find eating meat completely unethical.’
- ‘It will be seen as unethical, unprofessional and will affect the decisions made at that level.’
- ‘To so burden those people, and to continue to burden them, is not only wrong but immoral and unethical.’
- ‘This does not make them unethical, dishonest people in life or their law practice.’
- ‘To deprive children of this most basic human right is unethical.’
- ‘Facing the dilemmas of ethical behaviour in a decidedly unethical society is the harder choice.’
- ‘Still, is it unethical or immoral to bring an extinct species back from the dead?’
- ‘These things may be ethical or unethical, depending on the situation.’
- ‘Widespread as it may be, it is nevertheless a way of thinking that is profoundly amoral, unethical and indeed barbaric.’
- ‘I have concerns about any unethical behaviour amongst any health professionals.’
- ‘What you are complaining about might have been individual unethical behaviour.’
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