Definition of Dissipatedness

1. [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissipatedness

dissimulated
dissimulates
dissimulating
dissimulatingly
dissimulation
dissimulations
dissimulative
dissimulator
dissimulators
dissimulour
dissing
dissipable
dissipate
dissipated
dissipatedly
dissipatedness (current term)
dissipater
dissipaters
dissipates
dissipating
dissipation
dissipation function
dissipation functions
dissipational
dissipationless
dissipations
dissipative
dissipatively
dissipativities
dissipativity

Literary usage of Dissipatedness

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1. Social Psychology: An Outline and Source Book by Edward Alsworth Ross (1908)
"... or by subjection to similar conditions of life (dissipatedness of tramp printers, recklessness of cowboys, preciseness of elderly school teachers, ..."

2. Japan at First Hand: Her Islands, Their People, the Picturesque, the Real by Joseph Ignatius Constantine Clarke (1918)
"In America what types of brazen dissipatedness "admit" in police courts that they are "actresses." Hear a geisha declaim on similar "admissions" by their ..."

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