profligacy


prof·li·ga·cy

noun \ˈprä-fli-gə-sē\

Definition of PROFLIGACY

:  the quality or state of being profligate

Examples of PROFLIGACY

  1. <a religious leader who railed against the profligacy of the nation's decadent aristocrats>

First Known Use of PROFLIGACY

1738

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