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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunethicalun‧eth‧i‧cal /ʌnˈeθɪkəl/ AWL adjective  GOOD/MORALmorally unacceptableethics unethical medical practicesunethically /-kli/ adverb
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unethicalThey establish safety without endangering the subjects, and thus should not be considered unethical.Much global business remains mercilessly unethical at heart.The fact that you are very hard-nosed about weeding out unethical behavior helps.It would be unethical for me to reveal anything my client has discussed with me.All of this is highly unethical, not to say illegal.To struggle against the tide of negativism, immorality and unethical practices in the world is a difficult enterprise.He says that it is unethical to produce and market a drug which would harm the patient or a foetus.To prescribe nothing could be unethical, uncaring, and perilous in terms of the investigation of the case and the pursuit of truth.This is deemed unethical until a product is licensed.
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