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125 Results for AMORAL

46 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).

DateGridClueAuthor
Friday, August 7, 201545ALike Gordon Gekko in "Wall Street"Peter Wentz
Saturday, November 8, 201411DLibertine (2)Barry C. Silk
Friday, October 17, 201411DLacking scruples (3)Michael Ashley
Saturday, March 30, 201310DNeither good nor evilGareth Bain
Sunday, February 17, 2013103ALacking scruples (3)Ian Livengood and J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
Saturday, November 3, 201249ANot likely to judgeMilo Beckman
Thursday, September 27, 201216ALike psychopaths, sayJoel Fagliano
Wednesday, June 20, 201246DUnconcerned with right and wrong (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Sunday, May 29, 2011117DUnprincipled (7)Jeremy Newton and Tony Orbach
Thursday, February 18, 201030AUnconcerned with scruples (2)Caleb Madison
Sunday, January 31, 201015DLike the stranger in Camus's "The Stranger"Tony Orbach and Andrea Carla Michaels
Thursday, December 31, 200949DUnconcerned with scruples (2)Frank Longo
Friday, February 6, 20092DUnlikely to be judgmentalFrederick J. Healy
Monday, September 1, 20089DUnconcerned with ethicsAndrea Carla Michaels
Sunday, March 23, 200897DLacking scruples (3)Robert W. Harris
Friday, November 16, 200713DUnprincipled (7)Chuck Deodene
Friday, August 31, 20071DUnscrupulousPaula Gamache
Sunday, January 14, 200711DMaking no value judgments (2)Harvey Estes
Tuesday, December 12, 20066DEthically indifferent (2)Stephen Manion and Victor Fleming
Saturday, September 23, 200649DUnlikely to preachMatthew Lees
Tuesday, February 28, 200650DUnprincipled (7)Jim Hyres
Wednesday, October 20, 200436DNot worried about right and wrongElizabeth C. Gorski
Friday, April 23, 200416AUnlikely to judgeAlan Olschwang
Thursday, December 18, 200346AEthically indifferent (2)John Underwood
Sunday, December 15, 20026DUnprincipled (7)RIchard Hughes
Sunday, August 25, 200262DEthically neutral (3)Randolph Ross
Sunday, August 18, 200220AIndifferent to right and wrongMichael Ashley
Thursday, July 18, 20022DLacking in scruplesKevin McCann
Tuesday, May 7, 200245DUnprincipled (7)Steven Dorfman
Sunday, February 3, 200232DEthically neutral (3)Richard Silvestri
Sunday, March 11, 200178AMaking no value judgments (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
Friday, October 13, 200017ANot sure what's wrongJoe DiPietro
Friday, October 6, 200015AUnlikely to sermonizeHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Monday, August 28, 200025AWithout principlesRichard Hughes
Sunday, July 2, 20002DUnprincipled (7)Nancy Nicholson Joline
Saturday, November 6, 199945DLibertine (2)Joan Bayer Williamson
Tuesday, August 3, 19992DUnprincipled (7)Dave Tuller
Friday, December 25, 199858ALike Machiavellian politicsEd Pegg Jr.
Tuesday, August 5, 199752DNot concerned with right and wrongWilliam Bernhardt
Wednesday, July 2, 199710DWithout scruplesRichard Hughes
Tuesday, November 19, 19966DLacking principlesG. E. Paul
Wednesday, January 24, 199649ANot concerned with ethicsJ. Hess
Monday, October 16, 199549ANonethicalBernice Gordon
Tuesday, April 25, 199551DEthically neutral (3)Gregory E. Paul
Monday, January 30, 199529DUnconcerned with right and wrong (2)Ernie Furtado
Tuesday, November 30, 19935DNot knowing right from wrongJoel Davajan

3 results for AMORAL from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
January 29, 2017panda17AMorning examMel Taub
December 20, 2015panda11DSpoken test in the morningJoel Fagliano
July 25, 2010diagramless12ALacking principlesFred Piscop

76 results for AMORAL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Sunday, December 27, 199257DEthically neutralErnst TheimerMaleska
Thursday, October 8, 199248DEthically neutralNorma SteinbergMaleska
Saturday, February 15, 19929DEthically neutralRobert KatzMaleska
Friday, December 6, 199119DSans ethical standardsJeanette K. BrillMaleska
Saturday, August 17, 19911DNot involving questions of right or wrongKevin BoyleMaleska
Tuesday, August 6, 199124DEthically neutralMark BlakeburnMaleska
Wednesday, January 30, 199137AEthically neutralArthur W. PalmerMaleska
Wednesday, October 31, 19906DEthically neutralEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Thursday, March 8, 199010DEthically neutralErnst TheimerMaleska
Sunday, July 9, 198918AEthically neutralJacques LiwerMaleska
Sunday, February 12, 198915AEthically neutralJune A. BoggsMaleska
Sunday, July 31, 198846DWithout principlesJune A. BoggsMaleska
Saturday, January 23, 19882DEthically neutralRobert KatzMaleska
Sunday, October 4, 198743AEthically neutralCaroline G. FitzgeraldMaleska
Friday, May 22, 198725DNeutral, ethicallyBert RosenfieldMaleska
Wednesday, April 22, 198755AEthically neutralMelvin KenworthyMaleska
Tuesday, February 25, 198618DEthically neutralSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
Wednesday, June 26, 198548AEthically neutralElaine GeorgeMaleska
Saturday, March 2, 198546AAn adjective for scienceLarry GoldhirschMaleska
Sunday, November 4, 198452DEthically neutralErnst TheimerMaleska
Thursday, April 28, 19835DEthically neutralEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
Wednesday, March 31, 198238DIndifferent to right or wrongEli WesoffMaleska
Tuesday, January 26, 198247AEthically neutralC. J. AngioMaleska
Sunday, November 8, 198187DIndifferent to right or wrongMargaret RigbyMaleska
Thursday, June 28, 197924ALacking behavioral guidesJean J. DavisonMaleska
Friday, May 18, 197942DEthically neutralKathryn RighterMaleska
Sunday, August 6, 197891AEthically neutralJoseph La FauciMaleska
Saturday, October 8, 197716AUntroubled by ethicsJack LuzzattoMaleska
Wednesday, July 13, 197710DEthically neutralYoungMaleska
Sunday, July 3, 1977146AEthically neutralAnne FoxMaleska
Monday, January 3, 197728DLacking principlesRaymond F. EisnerWeng
Wednesday, June 23, 19766DWithout a sense of rightEsther BlumWeng
Tuesday, February 4, 19755DLacking ethical judgmentWilliam LutwiniakWeng
Sunday, December 29, 197430DNot knowing right or wrongFrances HansenWeng
Saturday, January 19, 197436AEthically neutralJordan S. LasherWeng
Tuesday, October 9, 19732DLacking principlesUnknownWeng
Saturday, September 30, 197259ALacking principlesUnknownWeng
Sunday, December 12, 197179AEthically neutralEdward J. O'BrienWeng
Sunday, March 21, 197196DWithout ethical preceptsJay SpryWeng
Sunday, November 30, 196979DUnaware of right or wrongJack LuzzattoWeng
Sunday, October 20, 196874D"To point ___ . . . "Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Saturday, September 9, 196716AEthically neutral.Joseph LaFauciFarrar
Monday, June 26, 196730ALike Becky Sharp.Dorothy M. HallFarrar
Sunday, June 4, 1967104AEthically neutral.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Friday, October 28, 196627AOutside of ethics.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, May 1, 196626AEthically neutral.William A. Lewis Jr.Farrar
Friday, April 16, 196543AEthically neutral.UnknownFarrar
Monday, April 12, 196549D"To point ___ . . . "UnknownFarrar
Saturday, October 10, 196438ALacking sensibility for right or wrong.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
Monday, October 14, 196339AUnaware of ethical standards.Leonard SussmanFarrar
Thursday, October 25, 196210DNot concerned with ethical standards.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, November 5, 19612D"To point ___ . . . "Brice MetcalfeFarrar
Sunday, July 9, 196193D"To point ___ or adorn a tale."Threba JohnsonFarrar
Thursday, April 27, 196147DNot concerned with ethical standards.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, October 13, 196041AWithout a sense of ethics.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, June 19, 196044D"To point ___, or adorn a tale."Sidney LambertFarrar
Tuesday, April 7, 195912D"To point ___, or adorn a tale."Mary ClarkFarrar
Saturday, January 10, 195920A"To point ___, or adorn a tale."Roberta MorseFarrar
Friday, May 16, 19587A"To point ___, or adorn a tale."Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Monday, June 17, 195711ANot concerned with ethical standards.S. A. KayFarrar
Wednesday, January 18, 195610DNot concerned with ethical quality.UnknownFarrar
Saturday, April 2, 195539DApart from ethics.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Friday, March 18, 195520AApart from ethics.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Sunday, November 1, 195346ADevoid of ethics.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Tuesday, April 21, 195351DWithout ethics.Roberta MorseFarrar
Wednesday, November 19, 19521DBlind to conscience.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, August 21, 19525DOutside the bounds of ethics.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, June 8, 195261AWithout ethics.Harold T. BersFarrar
Sunday, May 4, 195244AUnethical.Willard N. JordanFarrar
Tuesday, December 25, 19513DUndisturbed by conscience.UnknownFarrar
Wednesday, November 7, 195110DWithout a sense of ethical responsibility.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, July 1, 1951100DNon-ethical.W. E. JonesFarrar
Sunday, April 22, 19512DWithout a sense of ethics.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
Thursday, November 23, 195053ANot having ethical quality.S. A. KayFarrar
Sunday, February 10, 194657ANonethical.C. L. CrossFarrar
Sunday, April 16, 194422AUnethical.Bert StoreyFarrar

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