noun, plural de·prav·i·ties. for 2.
Related formsnon·de·prav·i·ty, noun, plural non·de·prav·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for depravity
But Dave and his crew kept living the nightmare and probing the depths of depravity through their absurdist, folk-art horror-show.My Friend Oderus Urungus: GWAR’s Dave Brockie Was a High School Punk Legend|Andy Hinds|March 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Stanley is still in a state of shock from the legacy of deception and depravity left by Bulger.Whitey Bulger’s Women: Inside the Terror and Glamour of His Ex-Girlfriends|T.J. English|June 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In the film, there are plenty of other opportunities for Aniston to underscore the depravity of her character.
In other words, here's a mother who commits every possible transgression in her descent into depravity.
During those six days of depravity, Thomas suddenly appeared to become a model citizen.
Heal my depravity, O God; take sin out of this heart; O fill it with love to thee, and to all my fellow-sinners.The Power of Faith|Isabella Graham
Revenge is born of depravity rather than duty, and given a setting of physical horrors and unnatural lust.The Facts About Shakespeare|William Allan Nielson
It is a sad thing when others have to tell us of the depravity of our children.
Still, as a legislator he has to consider what is the 'depravity' of disposition indicated by different kinds of conduct.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen
Between them, seeking to drive him out, they depicted him as a monster of cruelty and depravity.Marse Henry (Vol. 2)|Henry Watterson