debauchee[ deb-aw-chee, -shee ]SEE DEFINITION OF debauchee
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBAUCHEE
This man was evil, not with the grossness of a debauchee but with the thinness of the devotee.
I would have your Majesty consider which of us is the debauchee.
Beware of love, for it is worse than disease for a debauchee, and it is ridiculous.
In his own ears it sounded like the still-born narrative of a debauchee.
Dandy as he was, and debauchee, to her at least he had been passionately faithful.
There was nothing about his features to indicate the confirmed inebriate or debauchee.
He was neither milksop nor adventurer, neither celibate by nature nor debauchee.
But his way of talking to women and about them was more odious than the way of a debauchee.
Tiberius, in the days he spent in Capri, was a tyrant and a debauchee.
It is this: Logan was a restless, disappointed intriguer and debauchee.
1660s, from French débauché "debauched (person)," noun use of past participle of debaucher (see debauch).