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- Noun

One of a sect of Anabaptists, in the fifteenth and early part of the sixteenth century, who rejected many of the customs and decencies of life, and advocated a community of goods and of women.

- Noun

One free from restraint; one who acts according to his impulses and desires; now, specifically, one who gives rein to lust; a rake; a debauchee.

- Noun

Dissolute; licentious; profligate; loose in morals; as, libertine principles or manners.

- Noun

A manumitted slave; a freedman; also, the son of a freedman.

- Noun

A defamatory name for a freethinker.

- Noun

Free from restraint; uncontrolled.

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