Amoral (adjective)

Not concerned with or capable of moral judgment; neither moral nor immoral.

Origin:

Derived from the prefix "a-" meaning "not" or "without" and "moral" meaning "pertaining to principles of right and wrong in behavior.".

Examples:

  1. The amoral lawyer believed that winning was the only thing that mattered.
  2. The amoral scientist conducted experiments without any regard for the ethical implications.
  3. The amoral politician was willing to do whatever it took to win the election.
  4. The amoral businessman only cared about making money, regardless of the consequences.
  5. The amoral individual had no sense of right or wrong and lived their life without any moral compass.
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