dissoluteness

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{n} losseness, lewdness, debauchery
The characteristic of being dissolute
{i} debauchery, wantonness, corruption, depravity
State or quality of being dissolute; looseness of morals and manners; addictedness to sinful pleasures; debauchery; dissipation
indiscipline with regard to sensuous pleasures
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Recklessly abandoned to sensual pleasures
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Unrestrained by morality
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lewd
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{a} loosely, lewd, debauched, luxurious
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With nerves unstrung; weak
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Loosed from restraint; esp
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unfettered by moral restraint
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{s} debauched, depraved, wanton, corrupt, licentious
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loose in morals and conduct; recklessly abandoned to sensual pleasures; profligate; wanton; lewd; debauched
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unrestrained by convention or morality; "Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society"; "deplorably dissipated and degraded"; "riotous living"; "fast women"
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is one that runs loose, not restrained by laws or any other bonds (Latin, dissolvo, like horses unharnessed )
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disapproval Someone who is dissolute does not care at all about morals and lives in a way that is considered to be wicked and immoral. = degenerate. having an immoral way of life, for example drinking too much alcohol or having sex with many people (dissolutus, past participle of dissolvere; DISSOLVE)
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characterized by loose moral standards, as in: The younger son led a dissolute lifestyle before he returned home to his family
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\DIS-uh-loot\, adjective: Loose in morals and conduct; marked by indulgence in sensual pleasures or vices
dissoluteness

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    dis·so·lute·ness

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    [ 'di-s&-"lüt, -l&t ] (adjective.) 14th century. Latin dissolutus, from past participle of dissolvere to loosen, dissolve.

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