Noun(1) lewd or lascivious woman
Verb(1) waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently(2) indulge in a carefree or voluptuous way of life(3) spend wastefully(4) become extravagant; indulge (oneself(5) engage in amorous play(6) behave extremely cruelly and brutally
Adjective(1) occurring without motivation or provocation(2) casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior, or light
(1) He unabashedly hits on women and has wanton sex with several women (not at the same time) - something Alex never would have done but always wanted to.(2) Their wanton vandalism causes money to be wasted and toilets to close.(3) Both acts of wanton destruction were deliberately aimed at symbolically injuring the self-esteem of the targeted victims, beside tremendous loss of innocent lives.(4) A City priest vowed yesterday that he is no longer willing to turn the other cheek and tolerate the repeated acts of wanton vandalism to the windows of the presbytery which is also his home.(5) Her relationship with the US director is only one episode in a very wild and wanton life, which has provided her with plenty of other material to work with.(6) So he learns a siren song on the Hammond upright, woos wanton waitresses to his seaside flat and then tickles their ivories with the help of a love drug.(7) Yet we never understand why she lives her life as such a wanton woman.(8) Sure there were a few drunks and wanton women scattered around the common room of the Gray Mule Inn, but it seemed like a friendly place.(9) The corporate Visigoths' worst act of wanton destruction was the demolition of one of the most distinguished terraces ever designed by Alexander ├ö├ç├┐Greek├ö├ç├û Thomson, the genius of the genre.(10) Maybe if I hang out with enough gays they'll be able to convert me and I can proceed to indulge in wanton and indiscriminate sexual encounters with both genders.(11) Writer-director Roth seems just as confused as his main character, offering wanton sexual comedy one minute and a custody battle the next, all without any context or evident structure.(12) Her friendship with the fashion glitterati would be endangered by Ronan's cowboy sense of style, his membership at the golf club threatened by her wild and wanton ways.(13) The later patriarchal cultures denounced them as immoral and wanton .(14) Stone throwing was inflicting a great deal of injury upon these beautiful birds, and the public who enjoyed strolls on the river's banks could render the most valuable service in stopping the wanton and cruel practice.(15) Together they roam the streets, picking up prostitutes and other willing, wanton woman to calm their near-desperate need for the female form.(16) A few kisses in the moonlight and I turned into a shameless, wanton creature so unlike myself.
1. deliberate ::
2. promiscuous ::
3. unprovoked ::
5. luxuriate ::
6. trifle away ::
7. trifle ::
1. clean ::
2. decent ::
3. wholesome ::
Different Formswanton, wantoned, wantoning, wantonly, wantonness, wantons
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