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Synonyms for debauched

Synonyms for debauched

unrestrained by convention or morality

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He said, "After I made The Libertine (in which Depp plays the debauched Earl of Rochester) I was in bed for two weeks.
Based on the debauched life of John Wilmot, the second Earl of Rochester, it leaves the impression that not only did nobody enjoy all the sex and drinking in 1670s Britain, but the sun only shone, maybe, three times during the entire decade.
JOHNNY DEPP (above right) lends a touch of class to Laurence Dunmore's feature film debut, a raunchy, debauched yet rather grim costume romp adapted for the screen by Stephen Jeffreys from his own bawdy stage play.
Shugborough, near Stafford, is on the lookout for an ``earwigging, tongue-wagging, tittletattler'' to spread rumours about the debauched antics of those who once graced the beautiful 18th century estate.
The dizzy opening sequence, a romp through the devilishly debauched, crimson-saturated Inferno Party was shot in Bedfordshire at Luton Hoo, a stately 18th century manor now being converted by the Elite Group (011-44-13-4282-4988) into a luxury hotel to open in early 2005.
This is not the usual sterile museum installation but a motley assemblage of debris left over after a debauched late night out, all temporarily held together by means of those waste materials par excellence, packing tape and cardboard.
With booze and mingling banned, the bash wasn't allowed to get loud and lairy - so what else did we have to entertain us on a night normally associated with debauched behaviour?
Debauched, scandalous and reprehensible - The book's a repulsive read, yet alarmingly compelling.
and that this Callet had debauched another wigmaker's assistant named Lambert (12 January 1781), but apparently not the same Lambert, identified as a wigmaker's son, who spent a year in the service of the marquis de Marigny.
Of all the TV reality shows, you would think Courtney Love would prefer one of the more debauched varieties.
The remake of Arthur - in which Brand plays a debauched playboy - begins filming next year.
The film follows three teens, who embark on a debauched weekend of drink, drugs, shop-lifting and stealing cars.
She meets Lanny and Vince, ring-a-ding-dings them, learns some sordid stories and creates a few new debauched chapters of her own.
Oscar-nominated Depp, 41, plays debauched bisexual poet the Earl of Rochester in the movie.
A riotous assembly in which a thoroughly debauched cadre of shriveled old men indulge in various acts of sexual violence, it imagines a private club for the powerful of the most disturbing kind.