Amoral Vs Immoral: Meanings with Examples

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Amoral, the word is used as an adjective.

Amoral, শব্দটি adjective হিসেবে ব্যবহৃত হয়।

Meaning as an adjective:

Lacking moral principle.



  • Suddenly he is becoming attracted to values which are amoral.
  • The modern society is becoming more amoral day by day.
  • The higher authority is playing an amoral role regarding this issue.
  • Why are you getting influenced by such amoral people?
  • Most of the young boys and girls, nowadays, are attracted towards the amoral things which they see on the social media.
  • The crime-based serials on the television are indirectly attracting the people towards amoral activities.
  • He has done something amoral.
  • Always try to keep a distance from such amoral people.
  • Do not get influenced by such amoral activities.


Immoral, the word is also used as an adjective.    

Immoral, শব্দটিও adjective হিসেবে ব্যবহৃত হয়।

Meaning as an adjective:

Not acceptable in the society. Dishonest.

সমাজে অগ্রহণযোগ্য। অসৎ।


  • These activities are illegal and immoral.
  • What you are trying to do is immoral.
  • The man has an immoral relation with that woman.
  • The man is forcefully trying to usurp the property which is illegal and immoral.
  • I really do not know why the person is becoming so immoral day by day.
  • We should not accept such an immoral act.
  • Nowadays people are getting ideas of different types of immoral activities from the crime based serials on the television.
  • The choice is ours whether to be moral or immoral.
  • Do not get attracted towards immoral activities.
  • Why are you becoming so immoral?
  • The man has done such an immoral act that all his near and dear ones have started to hate him.
  • Do not be so immoral.
  • Do not try to spend on us from your immoral earnings.
  • Keep your immoral earnings to yourself.
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