Even if they do not manage to take and hold power, they are examples of the dissolute lives that sons of dictators often lead.
On his execution, state media accused Jang of leading a "dissolute, depraved life" and running up £6.4 million in gambling debts.
At least, first take out of it the drunkard and the dissolute of your own Church.
He was accused of dissolute conduct, and was superseded in his office by Du Poizat.
Not to seek to change the stern decree; not to annul those bitter phrases: his dissolute career—the memory of his misspent youth!
The worst was, that the dissolute life he led grievously affected the business.
The chantry chapels in the Cathedral were very numerous, and they were served by an army of idle and often dissolute mass priests.
She was so convinced that I was "dissolute," because of my class—as an earl's grandson.
The young man returned to New Orleans, and became one of the most dissolute and abandoned characters of the city.
Those were the days when Dawson might fitly have been called the dissolute.
late 14c., "loose, negligent, morally or religiously lax," from Latin dissolutus "loose, disconnected," past participle of dissolvere "loosen up" (see dissolve). A figurative use of the classical Latin word. Related: Dissolutely; dissoluteness.