wantonness

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A particular wanton act

These were simply the wantonnesses of a dishonest man.

The state or characteristic of being wanton; recklessness, especially as represented in lascivious or other excessive behavior

The sweetness was turned to adamantine, heartless cruelty, and the purity to voluptuous wantonness.

recklessness
{n} licentiousness, lust, waggery
the trait of lacking restraint or control; freedom from inhibition or worry; "she danced with abandon"
The property of being wanton
{i} quality or state of being wanton; recklessness; licentiousness; squandering
the quality of being lewd and lascivious
The quality or state of being wanton; negligence of restraint; sportiveness; recklessness; lasciviousness
ragery
wantonhood
wantonhead
wanton
Undisciplined, unruly; not able to be controlled

As Flies to wanton Boyes are we to th' Gods, / They kill vs for their sport.

wanton
Lewd, immoral; sexually open, unchaste

I know I ought never to have dreamt of sending that valentine—forgive me, sir—it was a wanton thing which no woman with any self-respect should have done.

wanton
A self-indulgent person, fond of excess
wanton
A pampered or coddled person
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Self-indulgent, fond of excess; luxurious

the market price will rise more or less above the natural price, according as either the greatness of the deficiency, or the wealth and wanton luxury of the competitors, happen to animate more or less the eagerness of the competition.

wanton
Playful, sportive; being merry or carefree (often used figuratively)

The grave simplicity of the philosopher was ill calculated to engage her wanton levity, of to fix that unbounded passion for variety, which often discovered personal merit in the meanest of mankind.

wanton
An overly playful person
wanton
Capricious, reckless of morality, justice etc.; acting without regard for the law or the well-being of others; gratuitous

these developments in Gaza are a consequence of the state of siege that the tiny territory has been under – a society that has been fenced-in, starved, and seen its very fabric torn apart by unemployment and wanton military destruction.

wanton
A lewd or immoral person, especially a prostitute
wanton
Extravagant, unrestrained; excessive (of speech or thought)

But do not think it argues change of temper since I wrote the Frère review, or a wanton praise of one man and blame of another.

wanton
To act wantonly; become wanton
wanton
licentious
wanton
{n} a strumpet, whoremonger, trifler
wanton
{a} giglet
wanton
{a} licentious, lustful, loose, sportive
wanton
{v} to revel, frisk, play lasciviously, toy
sexual wantonness
recklessness in sexual behavior
wanton
To cause to become wanton; also, to waste in wantonness
wanton
abundant and luxuriant
wanton
One brought up without restraint; a pampered pet
wanton
Reckless; heedless; as, wanton mischief
wanton
lewd or lascivious woman behave extremely cruelly and brutally engage in amorous play spend wastefully; "wanton one's money away" indulge in a carefree or voluptuous way of life
wanton
A lewd person; a lascivious man or woman
wanton
to waste or squander, especially in pleasure (often with away)
wanton
unprovoked or capriciously violent or malicious
wanton
casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior; "her easy virtue"; "he was told to avoid loose (or light) women"; "wanton behavior"
wanton
lewd or lascivious woman behave extremely cruelly and brutally engage in amorous play spend wastefully; "wanton one's money away"
wanton
To sport in lewdness; to play the wanton; to play lasciviously
wanton
Specifically: Deviating from the rules of chastity; lewd; lustful; lascivious; libidinous; lecherous
wanton
{i} lewd or lascivious person; pampered person; one who is flirtatious
wanton
cruel for no reason
wanton
indulge in a carefree or voluptuous way of life
wanton
{f} act lewd; behave wildly; waste irresponsibly
wanton
behave extremely cruelly and brutally
wanton
lewd or lascivious woman
wanton
A roving, frolicsome thing; a trifler; used rarely as a term of endearment
wanton
undisciplined
wanton
engage in amorous play
wanton
a prostitute
wanton
A wanton action deliberately causes harm, damage, or waste without having any reason to. this unnecessary and wanton destruction of our environment
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a wanton person
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{s} spiteful; arbitrary, unjustified; reckless, lawless; immoral, obscene; permissive; mischievous, playful; wasteful
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Wandering from moral rectitude; perverse; dissolute
wanton
To rove and ramble without restraint, rule, or limit; to revel; to play loosely; to frolic
wanton
occurring without motivation or provocation; "motiveless malignity"; "unprovoked and dastardly attack"- F D Roosevelt
wanton
sexually open/free
wanton
disapproval If someone describes a woman as wanton, they disapprove of her because she clearly enjoys sex or has sex with a lot of men. the idea that only wanton women have sexual passions
wanton
waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently
wanton
lewd or immoral
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spend wastefully; "wanton one's money away"
wanton
Untrained; undisciplined; unrestrained; hence, loose; free; luxuriant; roving; sportive
wanton
become extravagant; indulge (oneself) luxuriously
wantonness

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    [ 'won-t&n, 'w&au ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from wan- deficient, wrong, mis- + towen, past participle of teen to draw, train, discipline, from Old English tEon; more at TOW.

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