Example sentences for: immoral

How can you use “immoral” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Joseph Lieberman of President Clinton's conduct in the Monica Lewinsky scandal as "immoral and disgraceful."

  • But within a day, pundits and politicians turned skeptical, complaining that 1) even $300 billion wouldn't hurt the companies enough; 2) they would simply pass the cost along to their addicted customers; and 3) awarding them immunity from liability would be immoral, unconstitutional, and profitable, as evidenced by a rise in tobacco-company stock on news of the talks.

  • They think it immoral to give college places to minority students who wouldn't be admitted under a merit-based policy, since this means taking away those places from white students with higher grades and SATs.

  • He has trumpeted his credentials as a faithful husband and fine father, volunteered to reporters that he no longer drinks, and attacked Clinton for being an immoral philanderer who has tarnished the dignity of the Oval Office.

  • Thus, just to clear this morning's table of yesterday's old toast crumbs, I don't share your view of President Clinton, as you breezily conclude, if by that you mean your view that the President is close to evil, uniquely immoral and irresponsible, worse than Reagan or Bush--whose hostility to gays and gelid indifference to AIDS, I note, don't seem to bother you as much as Clinton's fine-words-that-butter-no-parsnips.


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