displaying the effect of excessive indulgence in sensual pleasure:
a flabby and debauched face.
verb (used with object)
to corrupt by sensuality, intemperance, etc.; seduce.
to corrupt or pervert; sully:
His honesty was debauched by the prospect of easy money.
Archaic. to lead away, as from allegiance or duty.
verb (used without object)
to indulge in debauchery.
a period of wanton or sensual self-indulgence.
an uninhibited spree or party; orgy:
a wild debauch.
(when transitive, usually passive) to lead into a life of depraved self-indulgence
(transitive) to seduce (a woman)
an instance or period of extreme dissipation
verb (used with object), debilitated, debilitating. 1. to make weak or feeble; enfeeble: The siege of pneumonia debilitated her completely. verb 1. (transitive) to make feeble; weaken
noun 1. the recording or an entry of debt in an account. 2. Bookkeeping. that which is entered in an account as a debt; a recorded item of debt. any entry or the total shown on the debit side. the left-hand side of an account on which such entries are made (opposed to credit). 3. […]
prefix indicating eleven (such as parts, atoms, molecules, or sides)
adjective 1. characterized by decadence, especially culturally or morally: a decadent life of excessive money and no sense of responsibility. 2. (often initial capital letter) of or like the decadents. noun 3. a person who is decadent. 4. (often initial capital letter) one of a group of French and English writers of the latter part […]