noun, plural im·mo·ral·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for immorality
A country can live with this kind of immorality for only so long.
No decent person who is made aware of the realities of life under occupation for Palestinians can fail to see its immorality.Show, Don't Tell: Why the Apartheid Analogy Falls Flat|Hussein Ibish|March 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is “not physically addictive, nor need it lead to crime, immorality or stronger drugs.”Pat Robertson Is Latest Supporter as Drive to Legalize Marijuana Heats Up|Tony Doukopil|March 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hypocrisy, infidelity, dishonesty, immorality—none of those interest me here.Marianne Gingrich Interview Proves Newt’s Toxic Narcissism|Michelle Cottle|January 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In fact the Democrats have not yet even attacked the Ryan plan in quite the right way, which is on the basis of its immorality.
Yet the keenness with which immorality of the particular kind is watched fans the flame of lust.Expositor's Bible: The Book of Job|Robert Watson
It must not be supposed that the immorality of the comic stage consists in the license of language, incident or plot.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
What was the church doing to remedy this situation with its deadly monotony, its superstition, ignorance, and immorality?Prowling about Panama|George A. Miller
But, after twenty years' experience, I have come to the conclusion that immorality is often taught in the name of morality.Indian Home Rule|M. K. Gandhi
For many months he was a continual drain on Franklin's pocket, and seems to have been the boy's evil genius in immorality as well.Benjamin Franklin|Paul Elmer More