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Definitions of deprave in various dictionaries:
verb - corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
verb - to corrupt in morals
DEPRAVE - In United States law, depraved-heart murder, also known as depraved-indifference murder, is a type of murder where an individual acts with a "deprave...
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|To debase, especially morally corrupt. See Synonyms at corrupt.|
|make (someone) immoral or wicked.|
|corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality|
|to make someone depraved|
|Make (someone) immoral or wicked.|
|Deprave might refer to|
|In United States law, depraved-heart murder, also known as depraved-indifference murder, is a type of murder where an individual acts with a "depraved indifference" to human life and where such act results in a death, despite that individual not explicitly intending to kill. In a depraved-heart murder, defendants commit an act even though they know their act runs an unusually high risk of causing death or serious bodily harm to a person. If the risk of death or bodily harm is great enough, ignoring it demonstrates a "depraved indifference" to human life and the resulting death is considered to have been committed with malice aforethought. In some states, depraved-heart killings constitute second-degree murder, while in others, the act would be charged with varying degrees of manslaughter.If no death results, such an act would generally constitute reckless endangerment (sometimes known as "culpable negligence") and possibly other crimes, such as assault.|