1. Moral principles, beliefs or behavior which are contradictory or hypocritical in nature.

2. An ethical paradox.

Etymology: A grammatical contraction derived from the words oxymoron and moral.

Both parents oxymoral behavior sent mixed messages to their children.

The leader's oxymoral policies ironically backfired in his face.
by R.S. Johnson October 13, 2008
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