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  • 1 Debauchery — en live Pays d’origine Allemagne Genre musical Death Metal …

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  • 3 Debauchery — De*bauch er*y, n.; pl. {Debaucheries}. 1. Corruption of fidelity; seduction from virtue, duty, or allegiance. [1913 Webster] The republic of Paris will endeavor to complete the debauchery of the army. Burke. [1913 Webster] 2. Excessive indulgence …

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  • 5 debauchery — I noun bacchanalia, debauchment, dissipation, dissoluteness, excess, excessiveness, grossness, immoderation, impudicity, incontinence, intemperance, lasciviousness, lechery, lewdness, libertinage, libertinism, licentiousness, lust, obscenity,… …

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  • 6 debauchery — (n.) 1640s, from DEBAUCH (Cf. debauch) + ERY (Cf. ery). With a variety of spellings in 17c., e.g. debaush , deboich , debosh …

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  • 7 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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  • 8 debauchery — ► NOUN ▪ excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures …

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  • 9 debauchery — [dē bôch′ər ē, dibôch′ər ē] n. pl. debaucheries 1. extreme indulgence of one s appetites, esp. for sensual pleasure; dissipation 2. [pl.] orgies 3. Archaic a leading astray morally …

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  • 10 debauchery — [[t]dɪbɔ͟ːtʃəri[/t]] N UNCOUNT (disapproval) You use debauchery to refer to the drinking of alcohol or to sexual activity if you disapprove of it or regard it as excessive. The police were called in to quell scenes of drunken violence and… …

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  • 11 Debauchery — For the German death metal band, see Debauchery (band) …

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  • 12 debauchery — I (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Dissipation] Syn. intemperance, carousal, revelry, profligacy; see indulgence 3 . 2. [Seduction] Syn. lasciviousness, lechery, libertinism; see deSire 3 , lewdness . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) (VOCABULARY WORD) n. [di BAW …

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  • 13 debauchery — de|bauch|e|ry [dıˈbo:tʃəri US dıˈbo: , dıˈba: ] n [U] formal immoral behaviour involving drugs, alcohol, sex etc ▪ a life of debauchery …

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  • 14 debauchery — noun 1 (U) immoral behaviour involving drugs, alcohol, sex etc: a life of total debauchery 2 (C) an occasion when someone behaves in this way …

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  • 15 debauchery — noun a life of self absorption and debauchery Syn: dissipation, degeneracy, corruption, vice, depravity; immodesty, indecency, perversion, iniquity, wickedness, sinfulness, impropriety, immorality; lasciviousness, salaciousness, lechery, lewdness …

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  • 16 debauchery — noun (plural eries) Date: 1642 1. a. extreme indulgence in sensuality b. plural orgies 2. archaic seduction from virtue or duty …

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  • 17 debauchery — /di baw cheuh ree/, n., pl. debaucheries. 1. excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures; intemperance. 2. Archaic. seduction from duty, allegiance, or virtue. [1635 45; DEBAUCH + ERY] * * * …

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  • 18 debauchery — noun /dəˈbɔː.tʃə.ɹi/ a) Indulgence in sensual pleasures; scandalous activities involving sex, alcohol, or drugs without inhibition. b) Seduction from duty. See Also: debauch, debauchee, debaucher, debaucherous, debauched …

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  • 19 debauchery — Synonyms and related words: carousal, carouse, debauch, debauchment, dissipation, dissoluteness, fastness, free living, gallantry, high living, killing pace, libertinage, libertinism, license, licentiousness, orgy, profligacy, rakishness, riotous …

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  • 20 debauchery — de|bauch|er|y [ dı bɔtʃəri ] noun uncount behavior that is considered to be immoral because it involves a lot of sex, alcohol, or illegal drugs …

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