• Definition for "dissipated"
    • Intemperate into the pursuit of satisfaction; dissolute.
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dissipated definition

  • adjective:
    • Intemperate into the pursuit of satisfaction; dissolute.
    • squandered or squandered.
    • Irreversibly lost. Used of energy.
    • to possess squandered and spread important belongings while devoted to quest for self-indulgent pleasures
    • Wasteful of health or possessions in the pursuit of enjoyment
    • Squandered; scattered.
    • Wasteful of wellness, cash, etc., inside quest for enjoyment; dissolute; intemperate.
    • preoccupied with all the search for pleasure and particularly games of opportunity
    • unrestrained by convention or morality
    • Intemperate within the quest for enjoyment; dissolute.
    • Wasted or squandered.
    • Irreversibly lost. Used of energy.
    • to own squandered and scattered important belongings while devoted to quest for self-indulgent pleasures
    • Wasteful of wellness or belongings inside quest for enjoyment
    • Squandered; scattered.
    • Wasteful of health, cash, etc., in search for satisfaction; dissolute; intemperate.
    • preoccupied aided by the search for satisfaction and particularly games of opportunity
    • unrestrained by meeting or morality
  • verb:
    • Easy last tight and past participle of dissipate.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of dissipate.
  • others:
    • Indulging in or characterized by extravagant, excessive, or dissolute pleasures; intemperate, especially in the utilization of intoxicating drinks: because, a dissipated guy; a dissipated life.
    • Indulging in or characterized by extravagant, exorbitant, or dissolute pleasures; intemperate, particularly in employing intoxicating drinks: since, a dissipated guy; a dissipated life.
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