dissoluteness definition

  • noun:
    • insufficient restraint; excess.
    • Looseness of morals; wantonness, licentiousness.
    • State or top-notch becoming dissolute; looseness of morals and manners; addictedness to sinful pleasures; debauchery; dissipation.
    • Looseness of manners and morals; vicious indulgence in enjoyment, as with intemperance and debauchery; dissipation: as, dissoluteness of life or ways.
    • indiscipline for sensuous pleasures
    • insufficient restraint; excess.
    • not enough restraint; excess.
    • Looseness of morals; wantonness, licentiousness.
    • State or quality of becoming dissolute; looseness of morals and ways; addictedness to sinful pleasures; debauchery; dissipation.
    • Looseness of manners and morals; vicious indulgence in pleasure, like in intemperance and debauchery; dissipation: as, dissoluteness of life or ways.
    • indiscipline for sensuous pleasures
    • Looseness of morals; wantonness, licentiousness.
    • State or top-notch being dissolute; looseness of morals and manners; addictedness to sinful pleasures; debauchery; dissipation.
    • Looseness of manners and morals; vicious indulgence in pleasure, such as intemperance and debauchery; dissipation: as, dissoluteness of life or manners.
    • indiscipline for sensuous pleasures

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