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depraved

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdepravedde‧praved /dɪˈpreɪvd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 BAD PERSONcompletely evil or morally unacceptable 🔊 a killer’s depraved minddepravity /dɪˈprævəti/ noun [uncountable]
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depravedHe was described as dangerous and depraved and a menace to society.She felt now a dulled sense of degradation: she felt depraved and diminished and shrunken and old.It sits on top of a pyramid of related images of deviant women as especially evil, depraved and monstrous.a depraved and wicked manPerhaps the lie drew its life from a human longing for those chills of horror which are depraved forms of religious awe.He thought we were all depraved gamblers.The film is about a psychiatrist who helps the police capture a depraved serial killer.How you corrupted a young and lovely woman ... and subjected her to the most shatteringly depraved treatment.
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