Depravation

• (n.) The act of depraving, or making anything bad; the act of corrupting. • (n.) Detraction; depreciation. • (n.) Change for the worse; deterioration; morbid perversion. • (n.) The state of being depraved or degenerated; degeneracy; depravity.
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depravation

depravity noun moral perversion; impairment of virtue and moral principles; `the luxury and corruption among the upper classes`; `moral degeneracy followed intellectual degeneration`; `its brothels, its opium parlors, its depravity`; `Rome had fallen i...
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Depravation

Dep`ra·va'tion (dĕp`rȧ*vā'shŭn) noun [ Latin depravitio , from depravare: confer French dépravation . See Deprave .] 1. Detraction; depreciation. [ Obsolete] « To stubborn critics, apt, without a theme, For depravation .»
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depravation

1. Detraction; depreciation. 'To stubborn critics, apt, without a theme, For depravation.' (Shak) ... 2. The act of depraving, or making anything bad; the act of corrupting. ... 3. The state of being depraved or degenerated; degeneracy; depravity. 'The depravation of his moral character destroyed his judgment.' (Sir G. C. Lewis) ... 4. <medicine...
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depravation

depravation 1. In medicine, deterioration; a change for the worse. 2. To make bad, to corrupt; especially, to corrupt morally. 3. To corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality.
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depravation

moral perversion; impairment of virtue and moral principles
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depravation

Type: Term Pronunciation: dep′ră-vā′shŭn Synonyms: depravity
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