immorality

[im-uh-ral-i-tee, im-aw-]
noun, plural immoralities.
1.
immoral quality, character, or conduct; wickedness; evilness.
2.
sexual misconduct.
3.
an immoral act.

Origin:
1560–70; immoral + -ity

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immorality (ˌɪməˈrælɪtɪ)
 
n , pl -ties
1.  the quality, character, or state of being immoral
2.  immoral behaviour, esp in sexual matters; licentiousness; profligacy or promiscuity
3.  an immoral act

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Example sentences
Also, it was used not to oust a dictatorship but to eliminate immorality and
  corruption in government.
No more human sacrifices, bloodsheds and gross immorality.
Those rare cases of blatant immorality must be rooted out and publicly
  exposed-as this case was, by vigilance within the field.
One doesn't have to be squeaky clean in order to denounce immorality and
  viciousness in public life, to be sure.
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