Synonyms of dissipation in English:

dissipation


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noun

1‘a day of drunken dissipation’

SYNONYMS
debauchery, decadence, dissoluteness, dissolution, intemperance, immoderation, excess, profligacy, abandonment, self-indulgence, wildness
depravity, degeneracy, corruption, sinfulness, immorality, vice, impurity
rakishness
licentiousness, promiscuity, lecherousness, lechery, libertinism, libertinage, wantonness, lustfulness, libidinousness, lewdness
drunkenness
ANTONYMS

asceticism, restraint

2‘concern was expressed about the dissipation of the country's mineral wealth’

SYNONYMS
squandering, frittering, frittering away, waste, misspending
expenditure, wild spending, draining, depletion, losing, loss
ANTONYMS

saving, preservation