depravedly


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de·praved

 (dĭ-prāvd′)
adj.
Morally corrupt; perverted.

de·prav′ed·ly (-prā′vĭd-lē, -prāvd′lē) adv.

depravedly

(dɪˈpreɪvdlɪ)
adv
in a depraved manner
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52) The court set forth the notion that one-on-one shootings, knifings, or similar killings almost never qualified as depraved indifference murder because shooting more rounds or stabbing a victim more times did not make the act "more depravedly indifferent, but more intentional.
My Last Duchess" (and "Porphyria's Lover," as well), deliberately and depravedly makes grotesque violence beautiful--its language colludes with its psychopathic narrator by creating a gorgeous, painted corpse, by aesthetically entering into a psychology that savors memorialization as a constant re-enactment of death's initial violence.