Turpitude

During+colonial+America%2C+witches+were+known+for+their+turpitude.%C2%A0

Photo Credit: Photo credit via Merriam Webster

During colonial America, witches were known for their turpitude. 

By: Katherine Albuquerque, Editor

Definition

(noun)

Inherent lack of integrity or morality, or to an evil or immoral act. It is frequently used in legal contexts in the phrase “moral turpitude.”

Sentence

During colonial America, witches were known for their turpitude.