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Spell check of perversion

Correct spelling: perversion

libertinage, depredation, wickedness, evildoing, corruption, debasement, degenerateness, faultiness, misemployment, iniquitousness, clean, wrongness, degeneracy, flaw, badness, misutilization, abjection, degradation, dissipation, mistake, sadism, misusage, aberration, illegality, abuse, inaccuracy, mishandling, blackness, dissipatedness, libertinism, involution, flagitiousness, decadence, pervertedness, error, vice, villainousness, indecency, corruptness, decadency, baseness, contortion, demoralization, obnoxiousness, fallaciousness, impairment, debauchery, misapplication, abnormality, sexual perversion, rakishness, regression, sin, falsity, sinfulness, depravity, incorrectness, impropriety, criminality, villainy, turpitude, misappropriation, degeneration, misuse, untruth, dissoluteness, blameworthiness, perverseness, bestiality, immorality.

goodness, use, morality, employment, virtue, utilization, application, righteousness.

Examples of usage:

1) I regard my nature as holy, and every deviation from its instinctive tendency, I regard as a perversion- a sin. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

2) He came to think that the movement represented a perversion of the intellect. - "English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century", Leslie Stephen.

3) What a perversion of the ideal of freedom in the development of character, to suppose that it could only reach perfection by a consciousness of superiority; by having some one who should control him bow down before him! - "Dickens As an Educator", James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes.