Pravity

Prav'i┬Ěty noun [ Latin pravitas , from pravus crooked, perverse.] Deterioration; degeneracy; corruption; especially, moral crookedness; moral perversion; perverseness; depravity; as, the pravity of human nature. 'The pravity of the will.' South.
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Pravity

• (n.) Deterioration; degeneracy; corruption; especially, moral crookedness; moral perversion; perverseness; depravity; as, the pravity of human nature.
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pravity

pravity Deterioration, degeneracy, corruption; especially, moral crookedness, moral perversion, perverseness.
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pravity

wickedness; depravity
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