Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary


One entry found for dissolute.
Main Entry: dis·so·lute
Pronunciation: 'di-s&-"lüt, -l&t
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin dissolutus, from past participle of dissolvere to loosen, dissolve
Date: 14th century
: lacking restraint; especially : marked by indulgence in things (as drink or promiscuous sex) deemed vices <the dissolute and degrading aspects of human nature -- Wallace Fowlie>
- dis·so·lute·ly adverb
- dis·so·lute·ness noun