Examples of depraved in a Sentence
the work of depraved minds
He acted with depraved indifference to human suffering.
Recent Examples of depraved from the Web
The promise of Obama — the integrating, reasoned, moderate promise of incremental progress — has become the depraved and toxic zero-sum culture of Trump.
Westboro Baptist Church sent three of its members to protest at Sacramento-area schools this week, calling the city one of the most depraved in America.
Should Post or any of his fans at Saturday’s concert meet an untimely demise, their friends and families should know that almost everyone at Saturday’s concert participated in a jubilant, if somewhat depraved, celebration of life.
Those aggravated factors included that multiple murders had been committed and that in Webster's case, the murder was especially cruel, heinous or depraved.
Bill Cosby is a low-life, depraved liar and coward.
But for those depraved teenagers seeking out the stuff deliberately, things seem unlikely to get much more difficult.
Some priests and nuns at the Catholic schools were involved in the most depraved abuses, including at an Ontario school where students were shocked on a homemade electric chair.
By contrast, the four Baltimore police officers facing felony charges in the death of Freddie Gray posted $350,000 bails, including one facing the charge of second-degree depraved heart murder; and the two facing misdemeanors posted $250,000 bails.
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DEPRAVED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of depraved for English Language Learners
: very evil : having or showing an evil and immoral character
legal Definition of depraved
- the depraved state of mind of the murderer
- the depraved nature of the crime
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