This last picture is of curious historical interest, as a relic of the libertinism of the court of Alexander VI.
He was pure and chaste in reality, but exhibited every appearance of libertinism.
At Whitehall, there was a constant round of dissipation and libertinism.
Moreover, as the man advances in years, the fury of his libertinism will go off.
Revolutionism was not only, or chiefly, libertinism; and the wonderful modern France has largely disappointed his predictions.
In place of the bloodshed of war, came the deformations of character, libertinism!
In London, George had acquired habits of libertinism, which he carefully concealed from his father and his commercial connections.
His palaces were said to be harems, and his libertinism to put Oriental potentates to the blush.
I was soon weary of my visit to this apartment; folly and libertinism were not to my taste.
They now dwelt in sumptuous palaces, lapsing by degrees into utter idleness and libertinism.