Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who debauches or corrupts others; a seducer to lewdness or to any dereliction of duty.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who debauches or corrupts others; especially, a seducer to lewdness.
- n. someone who assaults others sexually
“That rag-tag, fly-encircled debaucher possessed a decidedly bad humor entirely lacking in this merry Falstaff.”
“Embattled mega church preacher Bishop Eddie Long came as close to confessing his sexual debauchery as any debaucher could come without actually confessing.”
“Etymology: Middle French debaucher, from Old French desbauchier to scatter, disperse, from des – de – + bauch beam, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German balko beam — more at BALK”
“Giasone" (1649) is a comic farrago on the Jason-Medea-Golden Fleece tale, with Jason as a serial debaucher, Medea switching from jealous harpy to generous relinquisher of said Jason to her rival Isifile (both women have given birth to twins sired by Jason), and a bevy of clownish servants.”
“As a result of this revelation, occurring in this era of a web-connected universe, in the tweet of a Twitter, Woods morphed from likable living legend to lecherous lothario; from squeaky clean to creepy debaucher.”
“Etymology: Middle French debaucher, from Old French desbauchier to scatter, disperse, from des– de– + bauch beam, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German balko beam — more at BALK”
“But two deals arranged by one particular broker, a debaucher of cartoonish proportion, did tumble into view.”
“Problem with that, such debaucher/debauchees would probably enjoy the S & M humiliation of the stocks.”
“He started out as an empiricist and mathematical prodigy, as well as something of a debaucher, but eventually turned to the church.”
“The polity is not seriously threatened by a film director who has thought somewhat more deeply about cinema; who makes films whose structure derives from that old debaucher of individuation, music.”
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