noun, plural de·bauch·er·ies.
Examples from the Web for debauchery
The emperor Nero—known for his debauchery apparently collected the things.Spain’s New ‘Holy Grail’: Jesus Couldn’t Afford That Kind of Bling|Candida Moss|April 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But only in recent years have athletes begun to divulge lurid details of Olympic sexcapades and debauchery.
Instead, check out Sutherland's Christmas moment of self-awareness, in which he intimates the true source of his debauchery.
If Alexander exceeded Achilles in cruelty, may not many go beyond Lovelace in that, as well as in debauchery?
Earning their livelihood thus basely, debauchery and crime constitute their every-day history.
He was an old soldier, and was supposed to have retained his habits of marauding and debauchery, from his campaigns in Africa.The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume IV (of 8)|Guy de Maupassant
His expression had been senile, his face imprinted with the record of debauchery.The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories|Gertrude Atherton
Debauchery and unnatural lust—the immoral practices of the Greeks—speedily took root there.History of the Jews, Vol. I (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz