the state of being devoid of morality and ethics, used esp. for business and political entities
A complete lack of morals is moral bankruptcy.
This was a series that traded the glorification of moral bankruptcy for family values.
It also was a showcase for moral bankruptcy, prompting thousands of its best and brightest citizens to flee abroad.
moral bankruptcy is what they have to fear, much more than failure of material riches.
The period has become one of spiritual and moral bankruptcy.
"There's such a thing as moral bankruptcy," said Sir James gloomily.
The refusal to pay it would have implied a kind of moral bankruptcy.
It is with relief that we leave the pages stained with the depravity and moral bankruptcy of the era of Countess Lichtenau.