kasamaan, kahayupan, kabulukan, kabuktutan, kabuhungan, kasalaulaan, kabandayan, kaimbihan, katampalasanan
Noun(1) moral perversion; impairment of virtue and moral principles(2) a corrupt or depraved or degenerate act or practice
(1) The result is a debased, debauched culture which finds moral depravity entertaining and virtue contemptible.(2) In the vehemence of their indignation, the general public somewhat forget that poverty and affluence can be equally conducive to moral depravity .(3) If people wish to wallow in a cesspool of moral depravity , then they can visit a theatre and ogle the kind of actors that perform such plays.(4) Therefore a God-given moral absolute is necessarily applied and essential to the well being of the human species, given the depravity of human nature as it presently stands.(5) However, he rapidly descended into delightfully funny self-deprecating rants, characterised by frequent bouts of moral depravity .(6) He daringly threw his body over hers to stop the depravity .(7) The author traces the child protection movement to a time when child abuse was seen as a depravity of the immigrant poor.(8) Yet, his department wants to make a statement about what he must see as moral depravity .(9) His highlighting of the paradoxes arising from human free will, creativity and depravity made me keen to read on.(10) Who knows where this morally outrageous depravity might lead?(11) He incessantly denounced the moral depravity of leading politicians.(12) We are all sinners who have been deeply wounded by the stain of our depravity , and we are nowhere more vulnerable and given to temptation than in the sexual dimensions of our being.(13) To him the popular leaders were simply deceivers, brigands and tyrants, their followers the victims of self-serving malice and moral depravity .(14) a tale of wickedness and depravity(15) a tale of depravity hard to credit(16) The author, opposing any doctrine of natural depravity , argued that all children are born ├ö├ç├┐innocent,├ö├ç├û that is, equally capable of vice or virtue.
(1) depravity :: kahayupan
1. corruption ::
2. turpitude ::
3. putrefaction ::
1. morality ::
2. virtue ::
Different Formsdepravities, depravity
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