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dissipated

adjective

  1. debauched, abandoned, self-indulgent, profligate, intemperate, dissolute, rakish • He was still handsome though dissipated.
  2. squandered, spent, wasted, exhausted, consumed, scattered • A lot of it has simply been dissipated.

dissipate

verb

  1. disappear, fade, vanish, dissolve, disperse, evaporate, diffuse, melt away, evanesce • The tension in the room had dissipated.
  2. squander, spend, waste, consume, run through, deplete, expend, fritter away, misspend • Her father had dissipated her inheritance.

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