Felton only expressed, with regard to the duke, the feeling of execration which all the English had declared toward him whom the Catholics themselves called the extortioner, the pillager, the debauchee
, and whom the Puritans styled simply Satan.
She had been head over heels in love with a chum of mine--a clean, manly chap--but she had married a broken-down, disreputable old debauchee
because he was a count in some dinky little European principality that was not even accorded a distinctive color by Rand McNally.
Deliberately aiming also at the reputation of a debauchee
, he lived wildly, though now as later probably not altogether so wickedly as he represented.
She is making the bed of the king of the debauchees
Repondant partiellement a un besoin de sortir de crises iteratives qui secouaient l'Universite, la reforme fut debauchee
par la defaillance des moyens envisages pour etre mis a la disposition du secteur et par une [beaucoup moins que]adaptation[beaucoup plus grand que] a la mondialisation par l'application mecanique des dispositions du processus de Bologne.
His legacy was succinctly summed up by the Literary Gazette: "Heir to an immense fortune, gifted by nature with a mind susceptible of noble cultivation, and a body endowed with admirable physical powers, the wretched drunkard died in a gaol at the age of thirty-eight, a worn-out debauchee
and drivelling sot.
Olivia, however, elopes with Thornhill, a serial seducer and debauchee
, and it's only at the end of the novel--after much suffering--that their marriage is revealed as valid.
Inebriate of Air--am I-- And Debauchee
of Dew-- Reeling--thro' endless summer days-- From inns of Molten Blue-- When "Landlords" turn the drunken Bee Out of the Foxglove's door-- When Butterflies--renounce their "drams"-- I shall but drink the more
of dew") add a logic of parts and wholes, the logic
A disco will also be the setting for YSL's first encounter with Jacques de Bascher (Louis Garrel), an aristocratic debauchee
who led the designer into further dissolution; his baleful, wolfish appeal is immediately apparent as the two men cruise each other across a packed dance floor, the crowd ecstatically grooving to Patti Austin's "Didn't Say a Word.
Mr Maybrick's reputation was not good, being a drugtaker, drunkard, womaniser and debauchee
Down the pike, he must have in mind an amnesty for debauchee
emigres squandering their stashes in London.