debauched

[ dih-bawcht ]SEE DEFINITION OF debauched

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Marry, you are right; you make an engrossing topic—you and your debauched father.

Therefore,” inferred Socrates, “the debauched are in a miserable slavery.

You believe, then,” said Socrates, “that debauched persons are not free?

The corrupter of a Prince; the fellow who debauched and degraded him!'

Wherever the Indians were most debauched, there was he in the midst of them.

Like other debauched characters, he ate little or nothing for breakfast.

They are insolent, debauched, unjust; they defy the established right.

She called in my father and cried, "Your daughter has been debauched by a Jew!"

And then she debauched herself, to get money with which to buy liquor.

The young men we looked to with hope in the future are debauched.

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