Thesaurus / dissolute

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Keep not company with dissolute, lying, or idle women; otherwise they will infallibly infect thee by their example.

The Historical ChildOscar Chrisman

We call such a person dissolute; and dissolute means literally separated, loosed, broken apart.

Practical EthicsWilliam DeWitt Hyde

A king had a son whom he daily discovered carousing with dissolute companions, eating and drinking.

He soon became famous at court for his prodigality and dissolute manners.

To the dissolute and bad the thing remains a frightful mystery.

The first, the Castle of delight: Wherin is reported, the wretched end of wanton and dissolute liuing.

A brilliant but dissolute duchess taunted him when the news became known.

Soon after this date, he separated from his wife; or else she left him on account of his irregular and dissolute habits.

He surrounded his dissolute court with a corrupt priesthood, and in every way demoralized his people and made his reign infamous.

There are women in China who refuse to marry, and prefer to live a dissolute life of perpetual debauchery.

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