To debauch is defined as to seduce or corrupt someone's morality.(verb)
When a man seduces a woman and tricks her into doing inappropriate sexual acts, this is an example of when he debauches her.
Debauch is defined as the act of indulging in sensual pleasures.(noun)
When you love good food and fine wine and you are always going out for extravagant dinners, this is an example of debauch.
See debauch in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: Fr débaucher < OFr desbaucher, to seduce, orig., to separate (branches from trunk) < des-, away from + bauch, beam, tree trunk < Frank *balko, beam: for IE base see balk
Origin: Fr débauche < the v.
See debauch in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb de·bauched, de·bauch·ing, de·bauch·es verb, transitive
Origin: French débaucher
Origin: , from Old French desbauchier, to lead astray, roughhew timber
Origin: : des-, de-
Origin: + bauch, beam
Origin: , of Germanic origin.
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