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- Inherent baseness, depravity or wickedness; corruptness and evilness.
- The delinquent juvenile was guilty of moral turpitude.
- An act evident of such a depravity.
Inherent baseness, depravity or wickedness; corruptness and evilness
An act evident of such a depravity
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