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licentiousness n.
licence ; débauche

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"licentiousness": examples and translations in context
I could exhaust myself in an account of the Borgia Pope's licentiousness. Je pourrai m'épuiser dans le compte-rendu de la débauche du Pape Borgia.
Her licentiousness has a purpose, sir. Sa débauche a un but, monsieur.
Nothing must be left to stand that could encourage licentiousness. Il ne faut rien laisser qui puisse encourager le libertinage.
It is not surprising to see behaviour of such laxity, brutality and licentiousness. Rien d'étonnant à la voir à présent se comporter avec autant de relâchement, de brutalité et de libertinage.
"Debauched aliens and atheists falling into great licentiousness and leading degenerate lives." "Des êtres de débauche et des athées tombant dans une grande licence et menant une vie dépravée."
The problem lies in the fact that what is considered the "elements of Western civlisation" are often no more than the licentiousness which results from liberalism, and thus are objective matter for dispute. Le problème réside dans le fait que ce qui est considéré comme des "éléments de civilisation occidentale" ne sont souvent autre chose que des fruits de licence issus du libéralisme, donnant ainsi objectivement matière à contestation.
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