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debauched

[ dih-bawcht ]
/ dɪˈbɔtʃt /
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adjective
displaying the effect of excessive indulgence in sensual pleasure: a flabby and debauched face.
corrupted; debased: debauched morals.
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Origin of debauched

First recorded in 1590–1600; debauch + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM debauched

de·bauch·ed·ly [dih-baw-chid-lee], /dɪˈbɔ tʃɪd li/, adverbde·bauch·ed·ness, nounun·de·bauched, adjective
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