libertinage


lib·er·tin·age

noun \ˈli-bər-ˌtē-nij\

Definition of LIBERTINAGE

Examples of LIBERTINAGE

  1. <his frat-boy libertinage was abruptly halted when his fed-up father cut him off financially>
  2. <a young prince more interested in libertinage than leadership>

First Known Use of LIBERTINAGE

1611

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