Meaning of licentiousness in English:

licentiousness

Pronunciation /lʌɪˈsɛnʃəsnəs/

Translate licentiousness into Spanish

noun

See licentious

‘In Galatians 5: 19-21 the list is headed by sexual immorality, impurity, licentiousness, and idolatry.’
  • ‘Tiberius distinguished his reign by great indolence, excessive cruelty, unprincipled avarice, and abandoned licentiousness.’
  • ‘Default, unearned respect for culture breeds a decadent cultural licentiousness in which any amount of pretentious nonsense is encouraged and propagated.’
  • ‘The drink merely lubricated the licentiousness.’
  • ‘Conversely, if this authority and example do not emanate from the top ranks of society, corruption and licentiousness of the sort traditionally associated with a diseased aristocracy will infect the entire social body.’