Definition of libertinage in English:

libertinage

noun

  • See libertine

    • ‘Presumably, Sébastien has become what he is in part as a response to his father's libertinage.’
    • ‘Yet the discussion of the family in the Philosophy of Right is in general more conservative and criticizes the emphasis on free love as leading to libertinage and promiscuity.’
    • ‘France, alas, also fails to live up to its reputation for libertinage.’

Pronunciation

libertinage

/ˈlɪbətiːnədʒ/