dissoluteness

[ dis-uh-loot ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissoluteness

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Overeating and dissoluteness killed her, according to the Lorilleuxs.

The opportunities for vice and dissoluteness are really less than at home.

It is more reasonable to attribute it to the dissoluteness of his life.

The priests had degenerated into an army of mercenaries, living in luxury and dissoluteness.

Such pleasures are signs of dissipation, dissoluteness, in the literal sense.

In the Roman epoch the town was notorious for its dissoluteness.

The dissoluteness and violence of his character were not changed by the change of scene.

Over-gorging and dissoluteness killed her, said the Lorilleux.

It was destroyed by the loafers and the dissoluteness of Coney Island.

His genius and austere morals, contrasted with the dissoluteness of the Romish Clergy, gave him unbounded influence in the state.

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