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turpitude

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishturpitudetur‧pi‧tude /ˈtɜːpɪtjuːd $ ˈtɜːrpɪtuːd/ noun [uncountable]  formalBAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONS very immoral behaviour laziness and moral turpitude
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turpitudeThis was long before Eastern Airlines fired him for moral turpitude and for making false claims about a medical background.There may be no moral turpitude or manipulation as such.This would lead to a graph of illegalities graded according to moral turpitude.moral turpitudeThis was long before Eastern Airlines fired him for moral turpitude and for making false claims about a medical background.It kept them from moral turpitude. 21.There may be no moral turpitude or manipulation as such.a crime of moral turpitudeThis would lead to a graph of illegalities graded according to moral turpitude.
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