Stanley is still in a state of shock from the legacy of deception and depravity left by Bulger.
In the film, there are plenty of other opportunities for Aniston to underscore the depravity of her character.
During those six days of depravity, Thomas suddenly appeared to become a model citizen.
The word was first coined in 1640 by a French physician to mean not only, “love madness,” but a “depravity of the imagination.”
But Dave and his crew kept living the nightmare and probing the depths of depravity through their absurdist, folk-art horror-show.
No amount of depravity could extinguish his hope of reform; no recurrence of ingratitude could paralyze his efforts.
None but a monster of depravity would ever make the attempt.
The German mob revealed its depravity when it hung out flags in the streets to celebrate the first German victories.
Our unsanctified affections must also become purified from every taint of depravity.
There was no expression of hardened guilt or gross depravity about them.