depraved vs deprived

depraved deprived

Definitions

  • 1) Also corrupt in a moral sense, or disposition.
  • 2) Describing a person or action that is perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense.
  • 3) Morally corrupt; perverted.
  • 4) deviating from what is considered moral or right or proper or good
  • 5) Simple past tense and past participle of deprave.
  • 6) Morally bad; destitute of moral principle; corrupt; wicked: as, a depraved nature.
  • 7) Perverted; vitiated: as, a depraved appetite.

Definitions

  • 1) Subject to deprivation; poor.
  • 2) Marked by deprivation, especially of economic or social necessities.
  • 3) Lacking in advantage, opportunity, or experience.
  • 4) marked by deprivation especially of the necessities of life or healthful environmental or social influences.
  • 5) marked by deprivation especially of the necessities of life or healthful environmental influences
  • 6) Past participle of deprive

Examples

  • 1) Most people would have been destroyed by the depraved acid attack on her.
  • 2) The responsibility for these depraved acts lies with the perpetrators and no one else.
  • 3) And he constantly tried to justify his depraved acts.
  • 4) The depraved dad of two was arrested and his computer was seized.
  • 5) Into this depraved world of addiction come electronic cigarettes.
  • 6) It keeps the spotlight on those who prefer to lurk in a depraved, secret world.
  • 7) Yet deliberation may strengthen Western resolve to punish an outlaw regime for its depraved attacks on a captive population.
  • 8) Anyway, attacking a leader's critics (you call it "depraved") because our country's enemies agree with them on some points is an ancient, cynical smear tactic.
  • 9) That she was mentally ill should have set into motion a whole series of actions and reactions on the part of hospital and social services professionals–none of whom could be bothered to reach out to this woman and help her–a clear application of the term depraved indifference if I’ve ever heard it.
  • 10) Many are also being paid by certain depraved, degenerate factions within the German government.
  • 11) How much more depraved is a Traci Lords video than a video of dogfighting?
  • 12) What we might consider depraved is just more of the usual to Bill.
  • 13) O'BRIEN (voice-over): Before Dahmer became known as a depraved serial killer, he served short prison sentences for indecent exposure and molesting a minor.
  • 14) If you're squeamish or easily offended, this one is a lock to knock you off the deep end, as Daughters of Darkness is bathed in depraved moments.
  • 15) ‘Inevitably, you must wonder whether barbarism is the natural condition of man let loose, or the depraved state of man when corrupted by violence.’
  • 16) ‘Legend tells us that the golden civilisation became so corrupt and depraved that it was destroyed by the angry gods - but did the city ever exist at all?’
  • 17) ‘It isn't the first time he has shown a depraved indifference toward responsibility, and sadly, it may not be the last.’
  • 18) ‘But deep within this depraved human being is a need for cohesion and clarity.’
  • 19) ‘While I escaped his lecherous depraved mauling, other young men were not so lucky.’
  • 20) ‘And what I draw from it is that this is a man with a depraved heart and a complete disregard for human life.’
  • 21) ‘According to this model, conversion is seen as a momentous transformation of life from a depraved past to a sacred present and a promised future.’
  • 22) ‘I'm just speechless at that level of depraved planning.’
  • 23) ‘But she said: ‘I had gone to celebrate a friend's birthday and all of a sudden was drawn into some depraved sex show.’’
  • 24) ‘‘To plan and execute the violent attack on her sleeping husband was really a most depraved act,’ he said.’
  • 25) ‘The depraved plot is shot with a schizophrenic camera incorporating elements of peepshows, montage and silent horror films amongst others.’
  • 26) ‘What if she is not a depraved sadist but an insecure character desperate for approval?’
  • 27) ‘There are some sick, sick people in this world and I do not want to be part of their quest to find the depraved things they are looking for.’
  • 28) ‘For several years he himself has been voluntarily living in a depraved state.’
  • 29) ‘Someone who can, in all deliberateness, actually give forth that depraved statement would do well, truly, to reconsider or shut up.’
  • 30) ‘Be prepared to be asked to engage in all sorts of depraved activities.’
  • 31) ‘No one should be in any doubt about his depraved intentions’
  • 32) ‘As her reliance on the townspeople grows, they make increasingly depraved demands on the woman.’
  • 33) ‘Such a universally useful item should not be regarded as depraved.’
  • 34) ‘But somehow or other we have to attempt to understand the origins of this depraved, evil behaviour.’

Examples

  • 1) She will say that youngsters are being deprived of a secure future.
  • 2) He said existing research already showed deprived patients were disadvantaged in the health care system.
  • 3) And the problem is worse in the more deprived areas of the country.
  • 4) Civil War period, you had the white people who were terribly poor and what you call deprived now, but none of them ever knew that word and didn't have that
  • 5) Dr. LACEY: And in some cases, people even change what they eat, because many times, what you'll see in a person who's sleep deprived is they will tend to snack more on high-carb types of foods and snacks in order to kind of buttress their general energy level in an attempt to kind of self-stimulate and keep themselves more awake.
  • 6) While Clarke argued that educational reforms under the coalition government had abandoned Labour's aim to improve standards in deprived areas, the education secretary, Michael Gove, speaking at the same event, said Labour had vacated the centre ground and would find it hard to be re-elected.
  • 7) But more than ever we need to get kids in deprived areas – actually in any area – involved in sport.
  • 8) The report praised the work of some state schools in deprived areas, which had instituted much more rigorous discipline and, as a result, had seen a marked increase in standards.
  • 9) ‘Smokers in deprived areas perceive a lack of support to help them to stop smoking.’
  • 10) ‘She condemned the deprived conditions and lack of opportunities for young people in the area.’
  • 11) ‘The increase in the number of medical students will open the door to a medical career for students from deprived or culturally diverse communities.’
  • 12) ‘Some deprived and orphaned children and adults have benefited from a company's efforts to improve their lives.’
  • 13) ‘This was expressed in no small part in the faces of around 150,000 orphans living in deprived conditions.’
  • 14) ‘The Government cash will help children in deprived areas by paying for more volunteers to teach the basic skills.’
  • 15) ‘Most children arriving at the school, some from severely deprived areas, are already below the expected standard aged just three.’
  • 16) ‘Severely deprived, neglected or abused environment will have negative effects on the growth of a child.’
  • 17) ‘People in the countryside as well as the deprived sections in the urban areas are crying for basic facilities.’
  • 18) ‘Children from deprived areas are more likely to suffer tooth decay than those from better-off backgrounds.’
  • 19) ‘The government is to target deprived areas where poor families suffer more ill health.’
  • 20) ‘Hundreds of shops in some of the most deprived parts of the region are to benefit from increased security under a scheme to cut crime and vandalism.’
  • 21) ‘"The situation is even worse for people living in the most deprived areas."’
  • 22) ‘He said: " The youngsters involved are not just from socially deprived families."’
  • 23) ‘I felt deprived, and was happy that I had James here for me.’
  • 24) ‘The real message of the league tables is that they highlight the deprived neighbourhoods.’
  • 25) ‘The crusade against poverty will he stepped up too, giving help to deprived neighbourhoods.’
  • 26) ‘These children come from deprived backgrounds in slums and many right off the streets.’
  • 27) ‘They say about £500 will build one home for people in deprived communities.’
  • 28) ‘Doesn't the government say the projects are about solving the problems on deprived council estates?’
  • 29) ‘It's much too easy to laugh at the most abandoned, most cheated and misled, most socially deprived people in the north.’
  • 30) ‘And it even hints at the possibility of socially deprived people thinking about their larger condition.’
  • 31) ‘This can be achieved by concentrating resources on conditions that affect socially and economically deprived people.’
  • 32) ‘Cross stitching is the artfully deprived persons way of making beautiful pictures.’
  • 33) ‘They also assist the juvenile home and run a Community College for economically deprived girls.’
  • 34) ‘There must be care for those who are socially deprived.’
  • 35) ‘She was neither a child of the ghetto nor a culturally or educationally deprived person.’
  • 36) ‘There's a pattern that some parents exhibit with their children when they themselves have had an emotionally deprived childhood.’
  • 37) ‘In one-third of families where the child was classified as emotionally deprived there was considerable material deprivation as well.’
  • 38) ‘The sexually deprived people showed a great many more side-effects of all kinds than did the non-deprived people.’
  • 39) ‘Lastly, 134 million children aged between 7 and 18 (13%) are severely educationally deprived - they have never been to school.’
  • 40) ‘It did not specify who the "educationally deprived" children were or what kinds of programs would be acceptable.’
  • 41) ‘This paper describes the behavior of nutritionally deprived children, and findings indicate retarded physical and mental growth.’
  • 42) ‘Nutritionally deprived children experience more health problems than food-secure children including anemia, weight loss, colds, and infections.’
  • 43) ‘I was jolted awake into a caffeine deprived state.’
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