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debauched (adj.)

"seduced or corrupted from duty or virtue, vitiated in morals or purity of character," 1590s, past-participle adjective from debauch (v.). Related: Debauchedness.

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Definitions of debauched

debauched (adj.)
unrestrained by convention or morality;
Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society
Synonyms: degenerate / degraded / dissipated / dissolute / libertine / profligate / riotous / fast
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