indulgence, perverse, depraved, truehearted, card-playing, debased, sportsmanlike, riotous, extravagance, licentious, devalued, luxuriant, libertine, ungoverned, unconstrained, profuse, restraint, weakness, wicked, sybaritic, overindulge, decadent, extravagant, demoralized, unclean, profligate, unbridled, gay, turbulent, immobile, unwholesome, exuberant, lush, for fun, gambling, sporty, jackleg, abandoned, decadence, perverted, spendthrift, betting, immoral, firm, unrestrained, self-indulgence, sick, wanton, rakish, disruptive, reprobate, sporting, loyal, rakehell, warped, incontinent, fast, quick, epicurean, flying, clean, degenerate, tumultuous, wild, uncontrolled, uninhibited, fun-loving, troubled, prodigal, degraded, loose, dissolute
dispersed (part of speech: verb)
enervated (part of speech: verb)
consumed (part of speech: adjective)
intemperate (part of speech: adjective)
wasted (part of speech: adjective)
lost (part of speech: verb)
- Whatever doubt there may have been on board the brig as to the propriety of pursuing the schooner was dissipated by its sudden change of course; and, still distant though she was, a keen eye could make out that they were hoisting additional sails and making every effort to overtake the schooner. - "The Wreckers of Sable Island", J. Macdonald Oxley.
- I didn't like his looks at all; he looked dissipated and kinder mean, and I thought I would warn her aginst him when I got a good chance. - "Around the World with Josiah Allen's Wife", Marietta Holley.
- " Plantagenet, you grow daily more dissipated," says Cecil Stafford, severely. - "Molly Bawn", Margaret Wolfe Hamilton.