Amorality (noun)

The lack of moral principles or a moral sense; the absence of a moral or ethical code.

Origin:

French amoralité, from latin amoralis, from a- + moralis moral.

Examples:

  1. Amorality is often associated with a disregard for right and wrong.
  2. The amorality of the corporation was exposed when they were caught cheating.
  3. Amorality can lead to unethical behavior and a disregard for the consequences of one's actions.
  4. The amoral individual showed no remorse for their actions.
  5. Amorality is often seen as a negative trait, as it can lead to a lack of accountability and responsibility.
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