EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPRAVEDLY
What the deuce moved him to be so snappish and depravedly bent against the good fathers of the true religion?
late 14c., "corrupt, lead astray, pervert," from Old French depraver (14c.) or directly from Latin depravare "distort, disfigure;" figuratively "to pervert, seduce, corrupt," from de- "completely" (see de-) + pravus "crooked." Related: Depraved; depraving.