debauchee

[deb-aw-chee, -shee]
noun
a person addicted to excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures; one given to debauchery.

Origin:
1655–65; < French débauché (past participle of débaucher). See debauch, -ee

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debauchee (ˌdɛbɔːˈtʃiː, -ɔːˈʃiː)
 
n
a man who leads a life of reckless drinking, promiscuity, and self-indulgence

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debauchee
1660s, from Fr. débauché "debauched (person)," lit. pp. of debaucher (see debauch).
"Debauchee, n. One who has so earnestly pursued pleasure that he has had the misfortune to overtake it." [Ambrose Bierce, "Devil's Dictionary," 1911]
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They are a constant and active menace to morality, the resort of criminals and debauchee.
Cowed by her justifiable anger, the gen teel, well-dressed debauchee went out upon the platform.
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