depraved[ dih-preyvd ]SEE DEFINITION OF depraved
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPRAVED
So hard it is, even for the most depraved, to stifle the last embers of the moral sense.
Judging from your associate, I might with justice think you depraved.
The most depraved of mortals has his moments of the higher vision.
Then we should have had a drastic representation of the depraved derelicts.
He appealed to Zinzendorf, and found to his dismay that the Count was as depraved as the rest.
All of you, back on Earth, were vicious and depraved criminals.
Bradshaw has been depraved by the moral atmosphere of Germany.
But so depraved a child,—are you not afraid she will teach her some mischief?
The meaning of three or four words is forced, changed, and depraved—and all is said.
If she has played the fool, it was with you, and no other man: it is not as if she was depraved.