debauchery

[ dih-baw-chuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF debauchery

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBAUCHERY

Men who take from the poor daily interest for a drachma, and spend it in debauchery.

You look in vain for any outward signs of profligacy or debauchery.

Debauchery had rejected them, it had just cast them back to their anguish.

It was a long night of debauchery, and this that we now see is the sad morning afterwards!

I saw her on the high road to debauchery, and it was my own doing!

I think, even, he hated the inevitable partner in his debauchery.

What, has not the pencil been long enough and too long consecrated to debauchery and vice?

Under his dispensation the town is said to have been turned into a place of debauchery.

How fared the spirit of Lafayette during this debauchery in the name of freedom?

His zest in debauchery might wane, but never Mrs. Cutter's belief in it.

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