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  • 61 profligacy — Synonyms and related words: carnality, corruption, debauchery, degeneracy, depravity, dissipation, dissoluteness, eroticism, evil, excess, exorbitance, extravagance, immorality, improvidence, indecency, lasciviousness, lavishness, lechery,… …

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  • 62 ribaldry — Synonyms and related words: Rabelaisianism, X rated movie, bad language, bawdiness, bawdry, billingsgate, blue language, blue movie, coarseness, colorful language, crassness, crudeness, crudity, cursing, cussing, dirt, dirtiness, dirty language,… …

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  • 63 turpitude — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abandonment, abjection, baseness, chicanery, corruptedness, corruption, corruptness, debasement, decadence, decadency, degeneracy, degenerateness, degeneration, degradation, demoralization, depravation,… …

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  • 64 venery — Synonyms and related words: act of love, adultery, aphrodisia, ass, balling, beasts of venery, big game, carnal knowledge, chase, chevy, chivy, climax, cohabitation, coition, coitus, coitus interruptus, commerce, congress, connection, copula,… …

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  • 65 JULIA —    daughter and only child of Augustus Cæsar; celebrated for her beauty and the dissoluteness of her morals, and became the wife in succession of Marcellus, Agrippa, and Tiberius …

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  • 66 evil — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Immorality Nouns 1. (something evil) evil, ill, harm, hurt; mischief, nuisance; disadvantage, drawback; disaster, casualty, mishap, misfortune, calamity, catastrophe, tragedy, adversity; abomination,… …

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  • 67 license — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. permission, authority; freedom, licentiousness. See impurity. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Unbridled use of freedom] Syn. looseness, excess, laxity, slackness, relaxedness, effrontery, arrogance, sauciness …

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  • 68 dissolution — I (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Disintegration] Syn. resolution, destruction, decomposition; see decay 1 , disappearance . 2. [Termination] Syn. ending, adjournment, dismissal; see end 2 . 3. [Death] Syn. release, demise, extinction; see death 1 . II… …

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  • 69 immorality — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. vice, depravity, dissoluteness; see evil 1 , lewdness , sin . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. A wicked act or wicked behavior: crime, deviltry, diablerie, evil, evildoing, iniquity, misdeed, offense, peccancy, sin,… …

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  • 70 lewdness — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. indecency, unchastity, incontinence, fleshliness, vulgarity, lechery, wantonness, lubricity, lasciviousness, aphrodisia, bodily appetite, libidinousness, sensuality, licentiousness, voluptuousness, lecherousness, profligacy …

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  • 71 libertinism — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Excessive freedom; lack of restraint: dissoluteness, dissolution, license, licentiousness, profligacy. See RESTRAINT …

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  • 72 licentiousness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Excessive freedom; lack of restraint: dissoluteness, dissolution, libertinism, license, profligacy. See RESTRAINT …

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  • 73 profligacy — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. Excessive freedom; lack of restraint: dissoluteness, dissolution, libertinism, license, licentiousness. See RESTRAINT. 2. Excessive or imprudent expenditure: extravagance, extravagancy, lavishness, prodigality,… …

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  • 74 dissolute — (adj.) late 14c., loose, negligent, morally or religiously lax, from L. dissolutus loose, disconnected, pp. of dissolvere loosen up (see DISSOLVE (Cf. dissolve)). A figurative use of the classical Latin word. Related: Dissolutely; dissoluteness …

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  • 75 luxury — (n.) c.1300, sexual intercourse; mid 14c., lasciviousness, sinful self indulgence, from O.Fr. luxurie debauchery, dissoluteness, lust (Mod.Fr. luxure), from L. luxuria excess, luxury, extravagance, profusion; delicacy (Cf. Sp. lujuria, It.… …

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  • 76 dissolute — [ dɪsəlu:t] adjective overindulgent in sensual pleasures. Derivatives dissolutely adverb dissoluteness noun Origin ME: from L. dissolutus disconnected, loose , from dissolvere (see dissolve) …

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  • 77 debauchery — n. 1. Excesses, dissipation, dissoluteness. 2. Licentiousness, lewdness. See debauch, n …

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  • 78 dissipation — n. 1. Dispersion, scattering, vanishing. 2. Waste, squandering, lavish expenditure. 3. Dissoluteness, profligacy, excess, debauchery, loose living …

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  • 79 excess — n. 1. Superfluity, redundance, redundancy, superabundance, disproportion, undue amount. 2. Surplus, overplus, remainder. 3. Intemperance, immoderation, over indulgence, dissoluteness, dissolute behavior or living, dissipation, debauchery. 4.… …

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  • 80 irregularity — n. 1. Aberration, abnormity, anomaly, anomalousness, singularity. 2. Uncertainty, capriciousness, variableness, changeableness. 3. Want of method, lack of order. 4. Lack of symmetry. 5. Immorality, laxity, looseness, disorderliness, dissoluteness …

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