Synonyms of dissipated
1 debauchedDictionary • He was still handsome though dissipated. debauched • a debauched circus performer in nineteenth-century Polandabandonedself-indulgent • To buy flowers for myself seems wildly self-indulgent.profligate • setting his usual profligate and rakish example to societyintemperate • the unwisely intemperate language of the party chairmandissolute • She regretted her dissolute life.rakish
2 squandered • A lot of it has simply been dissipated.squanderedspent • After all that exertion, we were completely spent.wasted • a wasted opportunity to helpexhausted • Mining companies are shutting down operations as the coal supply is exhausted.consumed • They are consumed with jealousy at her success.scattered • The fridge door was open and food was scattered across the floor.
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debauchedIf you describe someone as debauched, you mean they behave in a way that you think is socially unacceptable, for example because they drink a lot of alcohol or have sex with a lot of people.
• a debauched circus performer in nineteenth-century Poland
dissoluteSomeone who is dissolute does not care at all about morals and lives in a way that is considered to be wicked and immoral.
• She regretted her dissolute life.
Thesaurus for dissipated from the Collins English Thesaurus
indulging without restraint in the pursuit of pleasure; debauched
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