Examples of libertinism in a Sentence
a group of urban bohemians who were better known for their libertinism than for their intellectualism
even by the standards of ancient Rome, Caligula's reign was marked by a libertinism that went beyond the pale
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Others, following Israeli president Benjamin Netanyahu, aim to make a virtue of Trump’s libertinism and cruelty, comparing him to Cyrus the Great, the Persian king, who is said to have paved the way for the Jewish exodus.
Yet Will’s own moment of libertinism is destined to pass into history at much the same time as Nantwich’s.
Christian liberty of this kind provided no excuse for libertinism.
If your culture’s code is libertine, don’t be surprised that worse things than libertinism flourish.
Incarcerated, not so much for his libidinous ways, but for gambling, cheating tourists, his flagrant libertinism in the face of the Venetian Inquisition, and his heretical interests in alchemy and the kabbalah.
There's nothing that screams joyful, unburdened libertinism like keeping all your receipts at the rock show.
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