Definition of Profligates

1. Noun. (plural of profligate) ¹



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Definition of Profligates

1. profligate [n] - See also: profligate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Profligates

profitings
profitless
profitlessly
profitlessness
profitmaking
profits
profitseeking
profitwise
proflavine
profligacies
profligacy
profligate
profligated
profligately
profligateness
profligates (current term)
profligating
profligation
profligatory
profluence
profluent
proform
proforma
proformas
proforms
profound
profounded
profounder
profoundest
profounding

Literary usage of Profligates

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1. The Calvinistic and Socinian Systems Examined and Compared as to Their Moral by Andrew Fuller (1810)
"... AS TO THEIR TENDENCY TO CONVERT profligates TO A LIFE OP HOLINESS. Christian Brethren, i ]L OU need not be told, that being born again—created in Chrift ..."

2. "The Beckwiths" by Paul Edmond Beckwith (1891)
"... convince all such profligates, that immediate danger, and disgrace shall attend their prostitute purposes. Fourthly : That the last article may be most ..."

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