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a·mor·al / āˈmôrəl/ • adj. lacking a moral sense; unconcerned with the rightness or wrongness of something: an amoral attitude to sex. DERIVATIVES: a·mo·ral·i·ty / ˌāməˈralitē/ n. a·mor·al·ism / -ˌlizəm/ n. a·mor·al·ist / -list/ n.

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amoral

amoral XIX. f. A-4 + MORAL.

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