depravity[ dih-prav-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF depravity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPRAVITY
Though I believe one reason of their depravity is the badness of the actors.
This circumstance favors the increase of vice and depravity.
There is not any reasoning by which the evidences of depravity are to be traced in 17.
The entertainment of the proposition of depravity is the last profligacy and profanation.
Her depravity did but stimulate her woman's shrewdness and tact.
Those were years of depravity, but they were entrancing in memory.
Such is the piece, and such the depravity of a nations taste.
The thought that she was to be the sport of his depravity drove me to frenzy.
Remember that Byron was no more celebrated for his beauty than for his depravity.
Or would she think it merely another instance of his depravity?