profuse, unbridled, disruptive, immoral, turbulent, firm, devalued, loyal, immobile, libertine, flying, luxuriant, degenerate, unclean, loose, perverted, riotous, rakehell, uninhibited, unconstrained, betting, depraved, ungoverned, sick, abandoned, tumultuous, sordid, degraded, troubled, dissipated, wanton, quick, exuberant, decadent, incontinent, fast, extravagant, evil, gross, warped, perverse, reprobate, deviant, sporting, profligate, prodigal, wild, unrestrained, uncontrolled, lush, truehearted, demoralized, rakish, unwholesome, sinful, spendthrift, card-playing, amoral, restraint, debauched, jackleg, unethical, debased, gay
loose (part of speech: adjective)
- A, weighing a dissolute.
- The roar from the river bank had sharpened itself into one point of utterance which pierced the calm heavens in a mingling of native speech, French and broken English from Nakonkirhirinon and halfbreed, and, worse than both, dissolute " white Indian," and its burden was, " A skin for a skin!" - "The Maid of the Whispering Hills", Vingie E. Roe.
- And if Philemon Henry failed, the next heir was a dissolute fellow up in London, who would soon make ducks and drakes of the fine old estate. - "A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia", Amanda Minnie Douglas.