profligates

profligates
'prof·li·gate || 'prɑflɪgət /'prɒ- n. squanderer, excessively extravagant person; wanton person, licentious person; promiscuous person, depraved person adj. wasteful, overly extravagant; promiscuous, depraved; wanton, licentious

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