Sinónimos de wanton
(of a person) maliciously and unnecessarily cruelthe unnecessary and wanton destruction of our environment
Wilful neglect of the environment has caused this problem.
needless, , , ,
Our families thought I was taking a needless risk.
the country's most evil criminals
They should spend a long time in jail to reflect on their cruel acts.
the persecution of prisoners by cruel captors
vicious, , ,
a vicious attack on a woman's character
malicious, , ,
She described the charges as malicious.
The film has been criticized for its gratuitous violence.
Her stare was malevolent, her mouth a thin line.
He could be spiteful.
A ministry official described the report as groundless.
Leo's uncalled-for remarks about her cousin
(of a woman) sexually unrestrained or immodestHis eldest son was a wanton youth and a disappointment to him.
Everyone nowadays is aware of the risks of promiscuous sex.
She is perceived as vain, spoilt and promiscuous.
It is immoral to persist with a system that impoverishes so many people.
a shameless hustler and dealer in stolen goods
alarming stories of licentious behaviour
fast, , ,
She has made headlines for her wealth and fast lifestyle.
He was still handsome though dissipated.
The embattled mayor apologized for making lewd remarks to reporters.
setting his usual profligate and rakish example to society
a debauched circus performer in nineteenth-century Poland
He can't stop himself from having lustful thoughts.
In Greek myth, the nymph Daphne transformed into a laurel tree to escape Apollo's lecherous advances.
She regretted her dissolute life.
He was free to explore a libertine lifestyle.
He let his libidinous imagination run away with him.
of easy virtue, ,
He is charged with causing death by reckless driving.
I was just a kid and full of wild ideas.
The prices these places charge are absolutely outrageous.
Critics attack his lavish spending and flamboyant style.
Don't do anything rash until the feelings subside.
I was extravagant in my admiration of them.
There was unrestrained joy on the faces of the people.
the unwisely intemperate language of the party leader
She scattered the letters about in her heedless haste.
his reckless, devil-may-care attitude to life
He launched an immoderate tirade on his son.
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in the sense of cruel
deliberately causing pain without pityThey should spend a long time in jail to reflect on their cruel acts.the persecution of prisoners by cruel captors
in the sense of debauched
immoral; sexually corrupta debauched circus performer in nineteenth-century Poland
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