Definition of Dissolutely. Meaning of Dissolutely. Synonyms of Dissolutely

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Definition of Dissolutely

Dissolutely
Dissolutely Dis"so*lute*ly, adv. In a dissolute manner.

Meaning of Dissolutely from wikipedia

- In law, dissolution is any of several legal events that terminate a legal entity or agreement such as a marriage, adoption, corporation, or union. Dissolution...
- his notion that the "Lost Generation"—considered to have been decadent, dissolute, and irretrievably damaged by World War I—was in fact resilient and strong...
- addiction might cost him his career or even his life. His status as 'a dissolute, guilt-ridden, self-pitying boozer' was undoubtedly one of the main reasons...
- debaucheries, and denounced Catiline's senatorial sympathizers as roguish and dissolute debtors clinging to Catiline as a final and desperate hope. Cicero demanded...
- minority of her son Michael III, who was said to have been introduced to dissolute habits by her brother Bardas. When Michael ****umed power in 856, he became...
- among men. GPI was originally considered to be a type of madness due to a dissolute character, when first identified in the early 19th century. The condition's...
- disintegration due to the cleavage between the poor m****es and the wealthy, dissolute upper cl****. The decay affected both Judah and Israel ... High minded...
- condition, settling in the slum of Lambeth, where once again he took up a dissolute life. Haunted by his paranoia, he fatally shot a man named George Merrett...
- Insanity in Ancient and Modern Life, with chapters on its prevention is a medical book written by the English physicist and practical worker in medicinal...
- buraiha, the school of irresponsibility and decadence) were a group of dissolute writers who expressed the aimlessness and identity crisis of post-World...
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