He was right there: Lily was not bad; she was as far from sin as she was from virtue—just a little, unmoral, very amiable animal.
To begin with, it is unmoral, as a novel of this kind must necessarily be.
If freedom is a fiction the universe is not only unmoral, but immoral.
It is as unmoral as the succession of the seasons, or the movement of the tides.
All this habit of destructiveness is uneconomic in the best sense, unsocial, unmoral.
How is it possible for a child to be unmoral and not immoral?
The conversation is of the slipperiest, and yet the impression conveyed is not that of immoral or even of unmoral writing.
And this Power enjoining morality was none other than the Power which in nature seemed so often unmoral and even immoral.
Regarded as a mere reaction for self-preservation this instinctive-emotional process is unmoral.
Conduct which outwardly conforms to social law and social progress is unmoral rather than moral.