libertinage

noun
lib·​er·​tin·​age | \ ˈli-bər-ˌtē-nij How to pronounce libertinage (audio) \

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

First Known Use of libertinage

1611, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of libertinage was in 1611

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