dissoluteness


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The proof of Muhammad's dissoluteness is seen in the ethical system he created, which contrasted poorly with other moral codes of his day.
3) Though the bourgeois liberal is and has always been characterized as the prude repulsed by working-class rowdiness and dissoluteness, Orwell focuses almost exclusively on socialist snobbery.
Of the three (sattva, rajas, and tamas), tamas or "darkness" is the quality of heaviness, opaqueness, envelopment, impenetrability, and obstruction--of inertia, lethargy, impotence, latency, and stagnation; of foolishness, dissoluteness, confusion, attachment, and ignorance--and is an attribute of being resulting from demeritorious karma in the past.
Falstaff is sophistic again when, speaking as Prince Hal in the playlet, he verbally translates his own gluttony and dissoluteness to virtue: "If sack and sugar be a fault, God help the wicked