Debauched

Antonyms of DEBAUCHED

Examples of usage:

  1. He insists upon industry and good conduct: " to rectify a commonwealth with debauched people is impossible, and no wise man would throw himself into such society, that intends honestly, and knows what he understands, for there is no country to pillage, as the Romans found; all you expect from thence must be by labour." "Captain John Smith" by Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009
  2. The House, in which Isaiah had bent beneath the seraphs' adoration of the Divine Holiness, and, confessing his own and his people's sin, had received from its altar the sacrament of pardon and of cleansing, was by this generation not only debased to a mere pledge of their political security but debauched into a shelter for sins as gross as ever polluted their worship upon the high places. "Jeremiah" by George Adam Smith
  3. A lewd, impudent, debauched fellow, very expert in the cant about town. "Dramatic Technique" by George Pierce Baker
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