What does the word debauchee mean?

Usage examples for debauchee

  1. Others see in his paintings only the spontaneous and thoughtless expression of the spirit and taste of the artist, whom they represent as a vulgar debauchee. – Holland, v. 1 (of 2) by Edmondo de Amicis
  2. No one more ready than I. Without a moment's hesitation, I stood forth, and in a loud voice I began one of my favourite passages from Blair's 'Grave': If death were nothing, and nought after death- If when men died at once they ceased to be,- Returning to the barren Womb of Nothing Whence first they sprung, then might the debauchee... – Father and Son by Edmund Gosse
  3. And this, then, was the end of the egotistical debauchee, ever going from bad to worse, and finally swept into the gutter. – Fruitfulness Fecondite by Emile Zola