debauch

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Synonyms for debauch

Synonyms for debauch

to lure or persuade into a sexual relationship or a sexual act

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Meantime, we have the unsettling spectacle of our central bank deliberately debauching the currency.
From the Pentagon budget, whose future under a Democratic Presidency--Al Gore recently boasted to the Veterans of Foreign Wars--is fatter even than in the Republican promises, to the unending assaults on civil liberties and basic constitutional rights, to the retreat from healthcare reform, to the debauching of environmental protections, to the surrender to Wall Street and balanced budgetary, Clinton has blended a uniquely noisome mix of the corporate agenda with the techniques of totalitarian government supervision secluded from democratic oversight or intervention.
Son Lance (Stark Sands) has just been booted out of college for debauching students and faculty alike, and housekeeper Bootsie Carp (Frances Conroy) may possess a few too many family secrets.