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  • Why, most people do these things without a thought of their being -- unprincipled. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • She must be an unprincipled one, or she could not have used your brother so. Cited from Northanger Abbey, by Jane Austen
  • He believed that they would open doors for unprincipled men to gain power.
  • Not that I would have you think me an unprincipled man or a bad husband. Cited from Misalliance, by George Bernard Shaw
  • I have never noticed anything particularly unprincipled about these people's lives. Cited from Ghosts, A Domestic Tragedy, by Henrik Ibsen
  • I was just where she would have me -- in the power of a hard, unprincipled master. Cited from Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Harriet Jacobs (AKA Linda Brent)
  • In his public action he was no less vacillating than unprincipled in private life. Cited from Renaissance in Italy, Vol. 1, by John Addington Symonds
  • A man may be unprincipled and yet draw the line at murder. Cited from Tangled Trails, by William MacLeod Raine
  • This ruins all her respect for him and she sees how unprincipled he really is.
  • Some of these soldiers were unprincipled and reckless men, who seemed to care very little what they did. Cited from Twenty-Two Years a Slave, and Forty Years a Freeman, by Austin Steward
  • This able but most unprincipled man has been already described in so far as his exterior is concerned. Cited from Quentin Durward, by Sir Walter Scott
  • Therefore I will confess now that we have too many weak and unprincipled men among us. Cited from Indian Heroes & Great Chieftains, Charles Eastman
  • One of the most unprincipled clocks I can think of is just outside my window. Cited from The Patient Observer, by Simeon Strunsky
  • I say this, lest an unprincipled wife and children should apply to you for money. Cited from Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 1, Complete, ed. by Sir Mark Lemon
  • Alice is the first to see him, and she turns the advantage to unprincipled account. Cited from Alice Sit-By-The-Fire, by J. M. Barrie
  • They never thought of looking into her library for the cause, or at the unprincipled governess. Cited from Choice Readings for the Home Circle, by Anonymous
  • Then what you are speaking of are those unprincipled conditions known as irregular unions! Cited from Ghosts, A Domestic Tragedy, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Without being dissipated, he was a bad and unprincipled man from the start. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume XI, by John Lord
  • To laugh at people who are in trouble is a sign of a mean, unprincipled mind. Cited from Etheldreda the Ready, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • Why must they, as a matter of course, have fallen into the hands of cruel and unprincipled folk? Cited from A Little Mother to the Others, by L. T. Meade
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Meaning of unprincipled

  • adjective Lacking principles or moral scruples
    freedom from coarse unprincipled calumny"- A.E.Stevenson