• Definition for "deprave"
    • To debase, specifically morally; corrupt. See Synonyms at…
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deprave definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To debase, specifically morally; corrupt. See Synonyms at corrupt.
    • To talk ill of; to depreciate; to malign; to revile.
    • to help make bad or even worse; to vitiate; to corrupt.
    • To debase, particularly morally; corrupt. See Synonyms at corrupt.
    • To talk sick of; to depreciate; to malign; to revile.
    • to produce bad or worse; to vitiate; to corrupt.
  • verb:
    • To speak ill of
    • in order to make (a scenario) bad or even worse
    • to corrupt
    • to depreciate
    • to malign
    • to revile
    • to vitiate
    • corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
    • To speak ill of
    • to produce (a situation) bad or worse
    • to corrupt
    • to depreciate
    • to malign
    • to revile
    • to vitiate
    • corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
  • others:
    • To pervert; distort; talk evil of; misreport; calumniate; vilify.
    • which will make bad or even worse; pervert; vitiate; corrupt: because, to deprave one's heart, mind, comprehension, will, tastes, etc.; to deprave the morals, federal government, laws and regulations, etc.
    • To pervert; distort; speak evil of; misreport; calumniate; vilify.
    • which will make bad or worse; pervert; vitiate; corrupt: because, to deprave the heart, mind, understanding, will, preferences, etc.; to deprave the morals, government, guidelines, etc.
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