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Reprobate, seducer, profligate, womanizer, rake, swinger (slang), lecher, roué, sensualist, voluptuary, debauchee, lech or letch (informal), loose liver a self-confessed coward, libertine and scoundrel adjective.
Libertine - a dissolute person; usually a man who is morally unrestrained debauchee, rounder adulterer, fornicator - someone who commits adultery or fornication bad person - a person who does harm to others gigolo - a man who has sex with and is supported.
Libertine noun adjective Want to thank TFD for its existence?Free of moral, esp.Popular payment methods, with Adyen and Undeveloped, you can purchase domain names with the payment options you know and trust.The mweights package is used to manage the selection of font weights.Promiscuous, degenerate, immoral, decadent, abandoned, corrupt, voluptuous, depraved, wanton, profligate, debauched, dissolute, rakish, reprobate, licentious He was free to explore a libertine lifestyle.The package supersedes both the libertineotf and the libertine-legacy packages.Libertine (lbtin; -tan) n a morally dissolute person adj morally dissolute, c14 (in the sense: freedman, dissolute person from Latin lbertnus freedman, from lbertus freed, from lber free libertinage, libertinism n libertine (lb rtin, -tn).A person who is morally or sexually unrestrained; a profligate; rake.RevenueProtect is an integrated risk management system designed to maintain the perfect balance between your safety and that of the seller.One who acts without moral restraint; a dissolute person.By reanalysis of liber-ts liberty as libert-s ) -nus -ine 1 ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonyms Legend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun.The package provides the Libertine and Biolinum fonts in both Type 1 and OTF styles, together with support macros for their coquine 71 use.More, suggestions, maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.A person freed from slavery in ancient Rome.Middle English, freedman, from Latin lbertnus, from lbertus, from lber, free ; see leudh- in, indo-European roots.
One who defies established religious precepts; a freethinker.
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