These unhappy dramas usually play out against a background of boredom, profligacy, infidelities, divorces, drinking and so forth.
King even attributed poverty in large measure to what he considered the profligacy and laziness of African Americans.
There are also undeniable hints of Objectivism in fashions that celebrated the profligacy of the 1980s and of the pre-bust 2000s.
Even those who were not already republicans wanted the royals to be more aware of how incongruous their profligacy seemed.
Collectively, they are commendable, especially those located in country places, away from scenes of dissipation and profligacy.
As a monster of profligacy might she behold me, and that—ah, Dieu!
The books refer to the life of Antony and Cleopatra as being given over to sensuality, licentiousness, profligacy.
That barrier removed, and the torrent of his profligacy will rush on without control.
The profligacy of Rome in its worst days was comparatively thrown into the shade.
It is in itself cruel, and leads to idleness and profligacy.