Pronunciation: (di-bôch'), [key]
1. to corrupt by sensuality, intemperance, etc.; seduce.
2. to corrupt or pervert; sully: His honesty was debauched by the prospect of easy money.
3. Archaic.to lead away, as from allegiance or duty.
to indulge in debauchery.
1. a period of wanton or sensual self-indulgence.
2. an uninhibited spree or party; orgy: a wild debauch.
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