Turpitude in a sentence

Use Turpitude in a sentence

Turpitude;

Meaning: [noun] immoral behavior, depravity;

Theft is a crime involving moral turpitude. It’s a serious offense.

They could be sacked for a list of crimes, including persistent lateness, using drugs or alcohol, something which I had to read as moral turpitude.

Many public school districts have a moral turpitude clause.

Admission of homosexuality constituted moral turpitude and was grounds for firing or expulsion from college.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. often spoke of spiritual and moral turpitude.

If the court charges him with moral turpitude then he cannot be a minister,” he said.

Other questions involved drug abuse, crimes of moral turpitude, trafficking in controlled substances, visa fraud, and physical and mental disorder.