debauchery


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debauchery

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for excess indulgence in sensual pleasures, especially sexual, but also alcohol and/or drugs.
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Finally, it was said, a thing quite horrible in a boy of sixteen, that his debauchery often extended as far as the Rue de Glatigny.
On the other hand, he possibly spent more money in relieving hard-luck cases than did the wildest of the new millionaires on insane debauchery.
I think, even, he hated the inevitable partner in his debauchery.
It is said that the Margravine would give herself up to debauchery and exceedingly fast living for several months at a time, and then retire to this miserable wooden den and spend a few months in repenting and getting ready for another good time.
Egyptian singer Laila Amer - complied by Egypt Today CAIRO -- 27 February 2018: Giza Misdemeanor Court sentenced Laila Amer, the singer of controversial song "Bos Omak", to two years in prison over charges of inciting debauchery and public disgrace, through a song released on Internet raising controversy among the public.
The entertainers were convicted of inciting debauchery and given varying jail terms.
Expect debauchery mixed with the paranormal as Foreverland, which includes inflatables and circus acts, promises a night to remember and the chance for adults to release their inner child
She was jailed for four days after the music video was deemed an "incitement to debauchery.
The Dokki Misdemeanour Court acquitted on Saturday two men accused of practising homosexual acts and inciting debauchery, according to local media and the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR).
Whether they were waving a rainbow flag, chatting on a dating app, or minding their own business in the streets, all these debauchery arrest victims should be immediately released," said Sarah Leah Whitson, the Middle East and North Africa director at Human Rights Watch.
RUSSIA'S biggest newspaper has outrageously accused Manchester of being a city of fat people and gay debauchery.