turpitude - Dictionary definition and meaning for word turpitude
turpitude = turbid attitude so a depraved act.
TURPITUDE and RECTITUDE are rhyming words with opposite meanings. Turpitude refers to wickedness while Rectitude refers to correctness of behaviour, upright and honest.
turpitude...concentrate on "turp", now replace 't' with 's'..it becomes surp..which means snake in hindi..what can you expect from a snake..turpitude, or depraved act
The first word that comes with my association with TURPITUDE is TORPEDO..torpedo is similar as it is destructive too
focus on the last part of the word turpITUDE...(SOUNDS SIMILAR TO ATTITUDE).....SO SOMEONE HAVING THE MEAN ATTITUDE.
notice the word PIT. a turpitude or turd + PIT + dude, or a turd dude will definately go to hell(pit of fire) if he is immoral
When you do "TUR" (tor) and "PIT" (peet), u are being corrupt, or degenerate, or depraved - morally not correct !
When you say something TURPITUDINOUS your mother washes your mouth out with TURPentine soap
To punish the little boy for his turpitude, his mother put TERPENTINE on his TORPEDO.
turks wre thrown in the pit by morgan black's invaders. in the pit they had to live in depravity to servive