amoral

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ἀ- ‎(a-, not) + moral; from Latin mōrālis ‎(relating to manners or morals), from mos ‎(“manner, custom”).

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amoral ‎(comparative more amoral, superlative most amoral)

  1. (of acts) being neither moral nor immoral
  2. (of people) not believing in or caring for morality and immorality
  3. (informal) Synonym of immoral

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  • amoral in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911
  • amoral at OneLook Dictionary Search

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

a- +‎ moral

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amoral m ‎(feminine singular amorale, masculine plural amoraux, feminine plural amorales)

  1. amoral

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amoral m, f ‎(plural amorais, comparable)

  1. amoral

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amoral m, f ‎(plural amorales)

  1. amoral

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