Dissipated

Antonyms of DISSIPATED

Examples of usage:

  1. " I ought to have told you all that before, grandmamma," she said, sitting down on a little stool at Madame de Bracieux's feet; " but we have been so dissipated just lately, what with the paper- chase, the theatre, the races, and the dances, that I don't seem to have had a minute, and then, too, it was not very interesting either." "Bijou" by Gyp
  2. Well, said Festing, who thought Helen did not know Charnock's dissipated habits, I imagine she'll keep him there, and that's something. "The Girl From Keller's Sadie's Conquest" by Harold Bindloss
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