dissipation[ dis-uh-pey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissipation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSIPATION
To do him justice, his dissipation of the past few months had not included women.
The gifts of nature had been the instruments of dissipation.
Still he pursued his plan, and sought for safety in a course of dissipation.
No taint of vice or dissipation had ever sullied the brightness of his pleasant life.
It was his dissipation; there was something vaguely perilous in the absorption of it.
I have a family to support, & I can't afford this kind of dissipation.
Not Loyd, however; he never kept late hours, nor had habits of dissipation.
Link Merwell showed signs of both suffering and dissipation.
Dissipation has never been a satisfactory substitute for happiness.
Some of the men were still sleeping off their dissipation of the night before.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISSIPATION
- big time
- blow out
- fun and games
- good time
- high time
- leisure activity
- lots of laughs