not involving questions of right or wrong; without quality; neither nor immoral.
having no standards, restraints, or principles; unaware of or indifferent to questions of right or wrong:
a completely amoral person.
The responses were telling in their casuistry, their amorality, their evasiveness.
The Hearing From Hell Tunku Varadarajan April 26, 2010
Murdoch is endlessly fascinating to watch because his talents and brilliance are equaled only by his amorality.
Murdoch’s Dark Arts Tina Brown July 10, 2011
And this she can do without the least qualms of conscience, in virtue of her firm belief in the amorality of political conduct.
England and Germany Emile Joseph Dillon
She consoled herself suddenly with the thought that her amorality was a characteristic of the superman.
A Bed of Roses W. L. George
having no moral quality; nonmoral
without moral standards or principles
“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.
Ancient Mystic Order Rosae Crucis. See under (def 2). Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis
noun love; a feeling of great affection Examples A big pizza pie; that’s amore! Word Origin Italian Contemporary Examples Democrats greeted the news with a song linking Romney and Ryan’s austere bill to the tune of “That’s amore.” Poll Question: Rubio, Ryan, or Bush…Which Endorsement Helps Romney Most? Ryan Prior March 29, 2012 Historical Examples […]
a little cupid. Historical Examples Mosto reads focine, which is amended by amoretti to foscine. The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Volume XXXIII, 1519-1522 Antonio Pigafetta Papponi, (of whom amoretti writes,) a man of such susceptibility, was cured of convulsive attacks by change of place. Summer on the Lakes, in 1843 S.M. Fuller amoretti conjectures that Pigafetta […]