dissolute

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From Middle English dissolute, from Latin dissolutus.

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dissolute (comparative more dissolute, superlative most dissolute)

  1. Unrestrained by morality.
  2. Recklessly abandoned to sensual pleasures.

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Italian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

dissolute

  1. feminine plural of dissoluto

Noun[edit]

dissolute f

  1. plural form of dissoluta

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Participle[edit]

dissolute

  1. vocative masculine singular of dissolutus