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Do the children of the defaulter and drunkard and debauchee suffer because of the sins of their father, or do they not?

He was a gambler and a debauchee, and wanted the post of ambassador for himself to pay his debts.

The Jesuits, 1534-1921Thomas J. Campbell

That the bright and high-minded Somers was the debauchee that Mrs. Manley and Mr. Cooksey would have us believe him is incredible.

A Book About LawyersJohn Cordy Jeaffreson

It had been known for a long time that old Adler was an egoist and a sweater, and his son an egoist and a debauchee.

He is a prig if he is good, a debauchee of the worst kind if he kicks over the traces at all.

But his way of talking to women and about them was more odious than the way of a debauchee.

When with the gambler, or the roue, he was equally at home—a debauchee, or a handler of cards.

Ellen WaltonAlvin Addison

Tiberius, in the days he spent in Capri, was a tyrant and a debauchee.

Naples Past and PresentArthur H. Norway

We could make shift to live under a debauchee or a tyrant; but to be ruled by a busybody is more than human nature can bear.

The young cavalier, the coxcomb, the debauchee, mocked the priest; the priest held the dissipations of the gallant in horror.

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