Meaning of debaucher in English:



See debauch

‘Along with fellow debauchers Richard Burton and Oliver Reed, he made scandalous headlines in the '60s and '70s while doing enormous damage to his health.’
  • ‘Assuming the ancestral title Lord Boleskine, he quickly became known locally as the ‘Beast of Boleskine’ for his heroin addiction and reputation as a debaucher of vulnerable women.’
  • ‘Matt is then offered a job at a newspaper, moves his family to London and becomes embroiled with a career debaucher called Lawrence and a young, ambitious former colleague, Rachel.’
  • ‘It is in prison that this renegade - who, if left at liberty, would almost certainly have remained yet another tedious 18th century debaucher - becomes a writer.’