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used in Catch-22

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complete immorality or evilness
  • You're dangerous and depraved, and you ought to be taken outside and shot!
    Chapter 27 — Nurse Duckett (51% in)
depraved = completely immoral or evil
  • She seemed infatuated with Aarfy, but he prayed intensely for her luscious aunt as he ran, or for a luscious girl friend, sister, cousin, or mother who was just as libidinous and depraved.
    Chapter 16 — Luciana (19% in)
  • Nately reacted on sight with bristling enmity to this wicked, depraved and unpatriotic old man who was old enough to remind him of his father and who made disparaging jokes about America.
    Chapter 23 — Natley's Old Man (26% in)
  • The lecherous and depraved old man was delighted with Hungry Joe's split lips and black-and-blue eyes.
    Chapter 23 — Natley's Old Man (98% in)
  • I've never heard anything so depraved in my whole life.'
    Chapter 24 — Milo (18% in)
  • He was shocked and astounded by her depraved subteruge as he tore the knife from her grasp and hurled it away.
    Chapter 38 — Kid Sister (33% in)

There are no more uses of "depravity" in Catch-22.

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