Definition of debauched in English:

debauched

Syllabification: de·bauched
Pronunciation: /diˈbôCHt
 
/

adjective

Indulging in or characterized by sensual pleasures to a degree perceived to be morally harmful; dissolute: a debauched lifestyle
More example sentences
  • Still being in their 20s always helps even if their debauched lifestyle of drink and drugs should have pretty much killed them by now.
  • Instead it turned into an orgy of debauched excess.
  • His successors - despite, or because of, debauched lifestyles - were unable to fulfil the basic task of breeding.
Synonyms
dissolute, dissipated, degenerate, corrupt, depraved, sinful, unprincipled, immoral; lascivious, lecherous, lewd, lustful, libidinous, licentious, promiscuous, loose, wanton, abandoned; decadent, profligate, intemperate, sybaritic

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