debauched


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Synonyms for debauched

Synonyms for debauched

unrestrained by convention or morality

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The sensational claims that the Prime Minister was in a "dope smoking group" called the Flam Club and took part in a debauched initiation, were made in an unauthorised biography Call Me Dave by ex-Tory peer Lord Ashcroft -- long seen as a thorn in the side of the Tory chief -- according to the Daily Mail.
The sale catalogue said Lennon interchanged original song lines with "debauched lyrics" which he slurs his way through.
Has Bickerton's debauched antihero achieved domestic bliss?
In the twentieth century, the aristocracy became a plutocracy, but many of the same criticisms remained--the image of the debauched elite persisted even as the old aristocracy lost its economic power, its houses and its land.
Ellen Kent and Opera International recreate the Duke's debauched court by introducing nudity.
Johnny Depp lends a touch of class to Laurence Dunmore's feature film debut, a debauched yet rather grim costume romp adapted for the screen by Stephen Jeffreys from his own stage play.
In a biting satire of student life in higher education today, Wolfe describes, with relentless detail, a debauched culture drenched in alcohol, sex, and play, where athletic prowess is king, and fraternity boys while away the days and nights boozing and notching new sexual conquests.
In writer-director Richard Shepard's The Matador, Brosnan plays Julian Noble, a debauched "trisexual" (because he'll try sleeping with anyone, says Shepard) hit man teetering on the edge of burnout.
He attended the College de Sainte Barbe in Paris, where he studied law while also leading a debauched and rowdy life.
Violetta is a complex and capricious but I found the transformation from debauched madame to Mary Poppins just a little too easy.
In 1969 classic "Satyricon," he played a robber in debauched ancient Rome.
In an effort to sell his friend's art, he bumbles into a debauched carnival of sex and drugs.
According to the debauched man from whose name derives the word "sadism," "the foremost of the laws Nature decrees to me is to enjoy myself, no matter at whose expense." The homosexual underworld is the social petri dish in which AIDS and numerous other lethal diseases -- including syphilis, gonorrhea, and hepatitis B -- have flourished.
True North praises Mattonabee, the atheist Cree chieftain whose ethics eclipsed those of Moses Norton, the debauched eighteenth-century Hudson Bay Company commander who loved to preach to his garrison and poisoned two of his wives.
Dickson quotes a historian's jeremiad from 1962, charging that Americans "had been experiencing the world crisis from soft seats of comfort, debauched by [the] mass media...