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dissipate
used in A Room of One's Own

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Definition
to gradually disappear; or to gradually waste
  • Mary's mother—if that was her picture—may have been a wastrel in her spare time (she had thirteen children by a minister of the church), but if so her gay and dissipated life had left too few traces of its pleasures on her face.
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