- n.道德败坏; 淫荡; 放荡; 淫逸
They set up a spurious temple that was a cover for sexual debauchery.
These people rolled in wealth and rioted in debauchery.
If not depraved by early debauchery, his life would have been fit for better things.
His father died of drink and debauchery when he was three.
Because a prairie is wide therefore debauchery is admirable.
Coran, you make me doubt that debauchery is its own punishment.
Love is related to purity , beauty , and goodness , while lust relates to filth, debauchery, and lewdness.
Goes to the debauchery the recreation area, also with police status symbol.
Those allowed to be called debauchery era youth.
They often mistake so totally, as to imagine that debauchery is pleasure.
Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead, be filled with the Spirit.
不要醉酒, 酒能使人放荡, 乃要被圣灵充满.
It is not the object of debauchery that excites us, rather the idea of evil.
Verse 25 tells us that the celebration degraded to revelry and debauchery. All restraint was gone.
The woman take debauchery as the vogue. The man pursues those unnecessary currents.
1. a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity