debauchee

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noun de·bauch·ee \di-ˌbȯ-ˈchē, -ˌbä-; ˌde-bə-ˈshē, -ˈshā\

Definition of debauchee

  1. :  one given to debauchery

Examples of debauchee in a sentence

  1. <the debauchees that are legendarily found at any fraternity party>

  2. <the biography of a debauchee who underwent a late-life religious conversion and became a monk>

Origin and Etymology of debauchee

French débauché, from past participle of débaucher


First Known Use: 1661



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