libertinism

[ lib-er-tee-niz-uh m, -ti- ]SEE DEFINITION OF libertinism
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And in the same way, what are the stories of Byron's libertinism to us?

Would they be suffered to be so, if libertinism were in the ascendant?

He was pure and chaste in reality, but exhibited every appearance of libertinism.

We tried it in England, and we had a severe reaction to libertinism.

Ovid, in his libertinism, displays his vigorous and ardent vitality.

Moreover, as the man advances in years, the fury of his libertinism will go off.

At Whitehall, there was a constant round of dissipation and libertinism.

Libertinism was rare in those thinly-peopled regions from which he came.

In place of the bloodshed of war, came the deformations of character, libertinism!

His palaces were said to be harems, and his libertinism to put Oriental potentates to the blush.

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