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  • adj. Characterized by turpitude.


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  • In this context, "white magic" is etymologically the same as a "white lie"-- still morally turpitudinous, but hey, I'm not hurting anybody so there's no need to call the Inquisition, right?

    The Meaning of Magic

  • “If so, that was indeed turpitudinous of him,” Harriet agreed.

    Presumption of Death

  • Corruption, lying, and other morally turpitudinous behaviors are second nature to them.

    Ace of Spades HQ


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