Origin of amoral
Examples from the Web for amoral
Blame the African countries and the amoral people who go into the savannahs and the forests and slaughter the animals.
If I were an ambitious, amoral politician looking for higher office, I'd sign up with the GOP.
Beastie John Avlon put it well: He's "a deeply moral man who happens to be amoral when it comes to politics."
Which nearly 30 years later is not only absolutely meaningless but amoral.
I soon thought of this new and amoral cynicism as the most pernicious form of minstrelsy ever created and popularized.
In respect to justice, to right and wrong, the spirit of Christianity is not so much immoral as amoral.A Grammar of Freethought|Chapman Cohen
At one end were the amoral characters whose excesses became steadily worse as the situation blackened.The Armed Forces Officer|U. S. Department of Defense
Iago has been described as immoral; he does not seem to me to be immoral, but amoral, as the intellect always is.The Man Shakespeare|Frank Harris
Fighting to hold her man; fighting the unknown odds of an alien world, the stealthy seduction of an amoral people.Impact|Irving E. Cox
Children and parents were amoral and competed for the same resources.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
"ethically indifferent," 1882, a hybrid formed from Greek privative prefix a- "not" (see a- (3)) + moral, which is derived from Latin. First used by Robert Louis Stephenson (1850-1894) as a differentiation from immoral.