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Debauchery may refer to: Corruption · Libertinism · Lust · Currency debasement · Debauchery (band), a German death metal band ...

Debauchery | Define Debauchery at Dictionary.com

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Debauchery definition, excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures; intemperance. See more. ... Origin of debauchery. Expand. 1635-1645. 1635-45; debauch + ...

debauch - Wiktionary

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... from Frankish *balko, from Proto-Germanic *balkô, from Proto-Indo-European * bhelg- (“beam, plank”); latter origin of balk. ... An individual act of debauchery.

debauchery - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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Debauchery is a noun meaning crazy partying and wild nights, usually accompanied by a lot of alcohol. So you probably don't want to engage in any kind of ...

debauchery - definition of debauchery in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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... in English: debauchery .... We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins. Read more ... What is the origin of 'steal someone's thunder'?

debauchery - Memidex dictionary/thesaurus

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"debauchery" definition: a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and ... Origin: Middle French débaucher "entice from work or duty", from Old French ...

What is the meaning of debauchery? - GotQuestions.org Home

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Answer: Debauchery is the habitual and unrestrained indulgence of lust and sensuality. There are several places in Scripture where the word debauchery is ...

debauch - Online Etymology Dictionary

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debauch (v.) Look up debauch at Dictionary.com: 1590s, from Middle French débaucher "entice from work or duty," from Old French desbaucher "to lead astray ," ...

Debauch dictionary definition | debauch defined - YourDictionary

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To indulge in dissipation. noun. The act or a period of debauchery. An orgy. Origin of debauch. French débaucher, from Old French desbauchier, to lead astray, ...

Urban Dictionary: debauchery

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Debauchery | Definition of Debauchery by Merriam-Webster

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Define debauchery: bad or immoral behavior that involves sex, drugs, alcohol, etc. — debauchery in a sentence. ... Origin and Etymology of debauchery.

debauch | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary

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... noundebauchery (deˈbauchery) or debauchment (deˈbauchment) noun ... to corrupt, literally: to shape (timber) roughly, from bauch beam, of Germanic origin  ...

Topical Bible: Debauchery - Bible Hub

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Word Origin from alpha (as a neg. prefix) and sozo Definition unsavedness, ie wastefulness NASB Word Usage dissipation (3). excess, debauchery.