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moral turpitude

noun
1.
conduct that is regarded as immoral.
2.
an instance of such conduct.
Origin of moral turpitude
1875-1880
First recorded in 1875-80
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noun

a state of overweight so great that it prevents normal activity or bodily function and will likely cause a serious or life-threatening disorder

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Weighing two or three times a recommended weight would be deemed morbid obesity.

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