Profligacy and Turpitude

Profligacy

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Profligacy noun – Immoral conduct or practices harmful or offensive to society.
Usage example: a religious leader who railed against the profligacy of the nation's decadent aristocrats

Turpitude and profligacy are semantically related in depravity topic. In some cases you can use "Turpitude" instead a noun "Profligacy", when it comes to topics like immorality, licentiousness.
Nearby Word: profligate
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Turpitude

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Turpitude noun – A sinking to a state of low moral standards and behavior.
Profligacy and turpitude are semantically related in depravity topic. You can use "Profligacy" instead a noun "Turpitude", if it concerns topics such as immorality, licentiousness.
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