When Druz visited Crimea before, he said, he felt disturbed by the debauched atmosphere.
He and McAvoy embark on debauched trip to Germany which unfolds manically to the soundtrack of “99 Red Balloons.”
Kennan would later complain that his idea was debauched by the Truman administration.
Will readers ever get enough of the debauched, smoke-filled nightclubs of wartime Europe?
The designer Alexander Wang has built a multimillion-dollar business through his savvy exploitation of an urban, debauched look.
Greenhill, at first industrious, became acquainted with the players, and fell into debauched courses.
Marry, you are right; you make an engrossing topic—you and your debauched father.
In these we are told that she had "checked the rage of reigning vice that had debauched the stage."
You believe, then,” said Socrates, “that debauched persons are not free?
He is not now the debauched ignoramus which has made the English sailor a proverb all over the world.
1590s, from Middle French débaucher "entice from work or duty," from Old French desbaucher "to lead astray," supposedly literally "to trim (wood) to make a beam" (from bauch "beam," from Frankish balk or some other Germanic source akin to English balk). A sense of "shaving" something away, perhaps, but the root is also said to be a word meaning "workshop," which gets toward the notion of "to lure someone off the job;" either way the sense evolution is unclear.