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libertine

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlibertinelib‧er‧tine /ˈlɪbətiːn $ -ər-/ noun [countable] literary  BAD PERSONsomeone who leads an immoral life and always looks for pleasure, especially sexual pleasurelibertine adjective
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libertineFor if a libertine knows he can indulge himself with impunity, he will throw all cautions to the winds.Take one step away from those laws and you become a lecher, a libertine, an assassin.Although he is quite a libertine with the women, this particular President, I understand.Much emphasis was placed on the raffish past, with roll-calls of distinguished libertines.But the libertine who turned to religion in maturity seemed to get undue credit.
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