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  • 121 self-indulgence — n self gratification, unrestraint, intemperance, incontinence, immoderation; hedonism, pleasure seeking, pursuit of pleasure, la dolce vita; wild or riotous or free or fast living, Inf. high living, the sporting life; licentiousness, libertinism …

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  • 122 turpitude — n 1. depravity, corruption, corruptness, corruptedness, perversion, depravation; demoralization, deterioration, corrosion, degradation, debasement, abasement, vitiation, degeneration, degeneracy, degenerateness; adulteration, pollution,… …

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  • 123 voluptuousness — n 1. hedonism, sybaritism, vo luptuosity; pleasure seeking, pursuit of pleasure, la dolce vita, wild or riotous or free living, Inf. high living, Sl. partying, Sl. swinging; indulgence, self indulgence, overindulgence, intemperance, gluttony,… …

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  • 124 vulgarity — n 1. ignorance, unsophistication, unawareness, naTvete, naTveness; gaucheness, gaucherie, uncouthness, crassness, rudeness, boorishness, brut ishness, rawness; ill breeding, unmannerliness; i 11 manneredness, uncivility, uncivilness,… …

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  • 125 wantonness — n licentiousness, looseness, dissoluteness, dissipation, profligacy, debauchery, rakishness; lechery, lubricity, lust, libidinousness, salaciousness, salacity, promiscuity; abandon, unrestraint, self indulgence, intemperance, incontinence …

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  • 126 waste — v 1. squander, fritter away, fool away, dissipate, lose, misuse, misspend; expend, consume, use up, drain, exhaust, deplete; throw away, burn up, run through, go through, Sl. blow; disperse, scatter, spill, muddle away; splurge, lavish, play the… …

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  • 127 profligacy — prof•li•ga•cy [[t]ˈprɒf lɪ gə si[/t]] n. 1) shameless dissoluteness 2) reckless extravagance 3) great abundance • Etymology: 1730–40 …

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  • 128 dissolute — /ˈdɪsəlut / (say disuhlooht) adjective indifferent to moral restraints; given over to dissipation; licentious. {Latin dissolūtus, past participle, loosened} –dissolutely, adverb –dissoluteness, noun …

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  • 129 profligacy — /ˈprɒfləgəsi/ (say profluhguhsee) noun 1. shameless dissoluteness. 2. reckless extravagance. 3. great abundance …

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  • 130 debauchery — [n] immoral self indulgence bender*, binge, blowout*, burning candle at both ends*, bust, carousal, depravity, dissipation, dissoluteness, drunk*, excess, fast living*, fornication, gluttony, incontinence, indulgence, intemperance, intimacy, la… …

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  • 131 degeneracy — [n1] corruption abasement, decadence, degradation, depravity, dissoluteness, downfall, immorality, inferiority, meanness, poorness; concept 645 Ant. morality degeneracy [n2] decay, deterioration atrophy, debasement, declination, decline, decrease …

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  • 132 dissipation — [n1] amusement, entertainment, occasionally to excess bender*, binge, blowout, bust*, celebration, circus, distraction, diversion, divertissement, gratification, party, recreation, self indulgence, tear*, toot*, wingding*; concepts 363,386… …

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  • 133 excess — [n1] overabundance of something balance, by product, enough, exorbitance, exuberance, fat, fulsomeness, glut, inundation, lavishness, leavings, leftover, luxuriance, nimiety, overdose, overflow, overkill, overload, overmuch, overrun, oversupply,… …

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  • 134 immoral — Contrary to good morals; inconsistent with the rules and principles of morality; inimical to public welfare according to the standards of a given community, as expressed in law or otherwise. Morally evil; impure; obscene; unprincipled; vicious;… …

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  • 135 immoral — Contrary to good morals; inconsistent with the rules and principles of morality; inimical to public welfare according to the standards of a given community, as expressed in law or otherwise. Morally evil; impure; obscene; unprincipled; vicious;… …

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  • 136 dissipation — [dis΄ə pā′shən] n. [ME dissipacioun < L dissipatio: see DISSIPATE] 1. a scattering or being scattered; dispersion 2. a wasting or squandering 3. an idle or frivolous amusement or diversion 4. indulgence in pleasure to the point of harming… …

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  • 137 dissolute — [dis′ə lo͞ot΄] adj. [L dissolutus, loosened, lax, unrestrained; pp. of dissolvere: see DISSOLVE] dissipated and immoral; profligate; debauched dissolutely adv. dissoluteness n …

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  • 138 debauched — adjective unrestrained by convention or morality Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society deplorably dissipated and degraded riotous living fast women • Syn: ↑degenerate, ↑degraded, ↑dissipated, ↑ …

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  • 139 degraded — adjective 1. lowered in value the dollar is low a debased currency • Syn: ↑debased, ↑devalued • Similar to: ↑low 2. unrestrained by convention or morality Congr …

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  • 140 dissipated — adjective 1. preoccupied with the pursuit of pleasure and especially games of chance led a dissipated life a betting man a card playing son of a bitch a gambling fool sporting gents and their ladies • Syn: ↑betting, ↑ …

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