English version

dissolute

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drink
dissolutedis‧so‧lute /ˈdɪsəluːt/ adjective 🔊 🔊 SYDFDhaving an immoral way of life, for example drinking too much alcohol or having sex with many people syn debauched
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dissoluteSitting like that, slumped and half-naked, he looked almost dissolute.Zacharias was a minor painter when he wasn't living off his mistresses, and reputedly a dissolute.Yes, he had heard about him and his dissolute bad life; also vague tumours about the old scandal.This makes it less likely that investors would encourage a dissolute borrower to mend its ways by withholding finance.In less-than a week I was employed in the dissolute field of computers.I can not see her as an innocent victim of a nasty and dissolute hippie.It is Peer Gynt, who has lived a dissolute life.Sadie returns to Seattle from a dissolute road journey.
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