[ UK /dɪpɹˈe‍ɪvd/ ]
[ US /diˈpɹeɪvd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. deviating from what is considered moral or right or proper or good
    depraved criminals
    a perverted sense of loyalty
    the reprobate conduct of a gambling aristocrat
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How To Use depraved In A Sentence

  • Someone who can, in all deliberateness, actually give forth that depraved statement would do well, truly, to reconsider or shut up.
  • But she said: ‘I had gone to celebrate a friend's birthday and all of a sudden was drawn into some depraved sex show.’
  • Inevitably, you must wonder whether barbarism is the natural condition of man let loose, or the depraved state of man when corrupted by violence.
  • But deep within this depraved human being is a need for cohesion and clarity.
  • 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.
  • And he finishes with the sort of depraved casuistry he is always so eager to spot in his opponents.
  • Most people would have been destroyed by the depraved acid attack on her. The Sun
  • For several years he himself has been voluntarily living in a depraved state.
  • They are sick and depraved and have convinced themselves they are right and the rest of us are wrong.
  • Then entered the guilt of Adam's sin imputed to posterity, and a general corruption and depravedness of nature. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
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