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All writers concur in stigmatizing the dissoluteness and neglect of decency that prevailed among the clergy.
It was destroyed by the loafers and the dissoluteness of Coney Island.
T. DE WITT TALMAGET. DE WITT TALMAGE
The most dissolute cavaliers stood aghast at the dissoluteness of the emancipated precisian.
Below the popes, a clergy as vicious as their rulers, squandering money, plundered from the people in dissoluteness and luxury.
Such pleasures are signs of dissipation, dissoluteness, in the literal sense.
The opulence of Sybaris was soon followed by luxury, and such a dissoluteness as is scarcely possible.
There was profligacy in very exalted places, and, indeed, dissoluteness and immorality everywhere.
Yet in that age of dissoluteness such failings did not detract from his personal charm and credit.
The dissoluteness and violence of his character were not changed by the change of scene.
Every beam of reason and ray of knowledge checks the dissoluteness of the tongue.

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