undepraved

depraved

[dih-preyvd]
adjective
corrupt, wicked, or perverted.

Origin:
1585–95; deprave + -ed2

depravedly [dih-preyvd-lee, -prey-vid-] , adverb
depravedness, noun
nondepraved, adjective
self-depraved, adjective
undepraved, adjective

depraved, deprived.


evil, sinful, debased, reprobate, degenerate; dissolute, profligate; licentious, lewd. See immoral.
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depraved (dɪˈpreɪvd)
 
adj
morally bad or debased; corrupt; perverted
 
depravedness
 
n

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deprave
mid-14c., from O.Fr. depraver, from L. depravare "corrupt," from de- "completely" + pravus "crooked."
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