There can be no turpitude under the sun in which the wretch doesnt wallow.
The moral quality of the act is the same; the difference is wholly in the degree of turpitude.
With him Nero could always throw off the mask, and display the depths of his own turpitude.
I know the turpitude of these crows, and their lack of respect for merit and birth.
Be comforted: your crime, morally or religiously considered, has no very deep dye of turpitude.
The whole earth seemed to him to be made of glass to reveal his turpitude.
Mrs. Fox-Moore spoke as though detecting an additional proof of turpitude.
From the turpitude of her daughter's conduct, she proceeded to its consequences.
For theirs are not spectacles of turpitude, as that Father justly calls those of his Time.
There was an unlimited future for misery, ignorance, turpitude.
"depravity, infamy," late 15c., from Middle French turpitude (early 15c.), from Latin turpitudinem (nominative turpitudo) "baseness," from turpis "vile, ugly, base, shameful," used in both the moral and the physical senses; of unknown origin. Perhaps originally "what one turns away from" (cf. Latin trepit "he turns").