I really feel like a dissipated
London fine lady, writing here so late, with my room full of pretty things, and my head a jumble of parks, theaters, new gowns, and gallant creatures who say "Ah
The new heir, up to the period of his accession, was reckoned rather a dissipated
youth, but had at once reformed, and made himself an exceedingly respectable member of society.
It's that fickle-tempered, dissipated
young goose--poor devil, he find friends pretty scarce today, likely, after the disgrace of carrying a personal assault case into a law-court.
The callers left before nine, and at that hour (an impossibly dissipated
one for the brick house) the family retired for the night.
His character is now before you; expensive, dissipated
, and worse than both.
She stirred herself, put back the curtain, and I saw her face, pale, wasted, but quite composed: she looked so little changed that my fear was instantly dissipated
Stryver never had a case in hand, anywhere, but Carton was there, with his hands in his pockets, staring at the ceiling of the court; they went the same Circuit, and even there they prolonged their usual orgies late into the night, and Carton was rumoured to be seen at broad day, going home stealthily and unsteadily to his lodgings, like a dissipated
You are a dissipated
fellow, as all the world knows,' he said, with an effort at a smile, 'and I am afraid you'll oblige me to get rid of you.
Then, the two nurses left the room, and had a lively scuffle on the staircase with a dissipated
page who had waited at dinner, and who had clearly lost half his buttons at the gamingtable.
Yes, there was a sort of refuge which always comes with the prostration of thought under an overpowering passion: it was that expectation of impossibilities, that belief in contradictory images, which is still distinct from madness, because it is capable of being dissipated
by the external fact.
He was a little worn, in spite of his youth, but he was tall and agreeable, had a winning way of taking a kind and soothing view of the misfortunes of others, could tell a story well, liked music and could play and sing a little, loved the arts of design and could sketch a little in water colors, read every magazine from London to Paris that criticised pictures, had travelled a little, fished a little, shot a little, botanized a little, wandered restlessly in the footsteps of women, and dissipated
his energies through all the small channels that his wealth opened and his talents made easy to him.
During her voyage hither on an enchanted horse, a portion of its enchantment has by some means been communicated to her person, and it can only be dissipated
by certain perfumes of which I possess the secret.