Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A simplified spelling of libertine.

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Examples

  • Français · Alex Castro, un blogueur brésilien libéral, libertaire et libertin

    Global Voices in English » Alex Castro: A liberal, libertarian and libertine Brazilian blogger

  • Ma Conversion ou le libertin de qualité L'Abbé IL-ET-ELLE

    Sex for Thought

  • J. - R. Charbonnel, La Pensée italienne au XVIe siècle et le courant libertin (Paris, 1919).

    DEISM

  • Le comte de Gramont fut un des plus spirituels personnages de la cour de Louis XIV, mais un type accompli de libertin.

    French Conversation and Composition

  • English critics fall foul of Balzac's women; but Taine falls foul of English critics, and with the authority of a Parisian by profession declares that the _Parisiennes_ of the _Comedie_ are everything they ought to be -- the true daughters of their 'bon gros libertin de pere.'

    Views and Reviews Essays in appreciation

  • In 1596, he was succeeded by Timoléon d’Espinay Saint-Luc, “un esprit plutôt libertin,” a libertine who preferred to live at Court.

    Champlain's Dream

  • In one area in particular ” obeisance to the Church and its teachings ” he diverges significantly from his libertin counterparts.

    Pierre Gassendi

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