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Adjective
Showing signs of overindulgence in alcohol or other physical pleasures
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“Life was good, in a dissipated and decadent, perpetually-sozzled sort of way.”
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Completely expended or used up
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“Any little unreality which she had tried to retain about her fate was completely dissipated.”
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Expended or used up in a wasteful manner
“The practicality of operating rules is colored by the economics of agreement rules, where time saved is increased earnings and time lost is dissipated earnings.”
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Caused by or showing the effects of drink
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Excessively abundant
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Abandoned
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No longer capable, effective or needed
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Over and done with
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To have ceased to retain something
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“Outmoded regulations serve no one's interest but instead dissipate resources that could be better spent elsewhere.”
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Past tense for to scatter or break up
“The clouds had begun to dissipate, and light through the high windows glinted on a tiny crystal caught in the folds of Visser's stole.”
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Past tense for to disappear or cease to exist, especially gradually
“The thought of being so close to the resolution of the case had kept me going for a while, but eventually, that strength began to dissipate.”
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Past tense for to become weaker or of poorer quality
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Past tense for to drive away or cause to disperse
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Past tense for to eliminate from view or from being physically present
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Past tense for to cause to be empty or vacant
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Past tense for to provide assuagement or palliation to
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Past tense for to treat someone or something badly or unkindly
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Past tense for drink
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Past tense for to spread or distribute within an area, space or population
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Past tense for weaken
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Past tense for to explain away or dispel
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Past tense for to wear away gradually
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Past tense for take part in a violent public disturbance
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