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immoralist

/ (ɪˈmɒrəlɪst) /
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noun
a person who advocates or practises immorality
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How to use immoralist in a sentence

  • As he became an atheist from religion, so did he become an immoralist from morality.

    Friedrich Nietzsche|Georg Brandes
  • Shaw shows himself an "immoralist" only in the sense that he attacks jejune, vicious pseudo-morals now existent.

    How to See a Play|Richard Burton
  • What traps they laid for the heedless conversationalist, for the traditional moralist—or immoralist!

    Mrs. Maxon Protests|Anthony Hope
  • "Because Tolstoy is the greatest Immoralist of his time," said Tyne serenely.

    Shadows of Flames|Amelie Rives
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