Noun(1) breaking up and scattering by dispersion(2) dissolute indulgence in sensual pleasure(3) useless or profitless activity; using or expending or consuming thoughtlessly or carelessly
(1) The West itself, enamoured by these ideas, is suffering the consequences of dissipation and decaying morality that has corrupted its youth and doomed its civilisation to ruin and collapse.(2) With a state's economic weight in decline, the number of rivals and amount of disputed issues swells like a tidal wave, leading to dissipation of limited resources in many sectors.(3) According to many participants, these revivals acted as an antidote to dissipation , and - especially in Southern armies during the last eighteen months of the war - to despair.(4) At Oxford he went in for scenes of dissipation , at Wilson's he was unruly, in Naples he had a mistress.(5) The result of all this conniving shadow-boxing by the media and celebrities, is the slow and steady dissipation of the resolve to take action; the outrage in the people against the perpetrators ebbs and disappears.(6) the dissipation of the country's mineral wealth(7) The franchise needs continuity to ensure that positive public perception isn't forfeited unnecessarily through the dissipation or reduction of essential experience.(8) So if we look at fault-tolerant gate constructions and consider their energetics, are there technologies that minimize energy dissipation ?(9) This doesn't bother me unduly, aware as I am that the skinny wastrels to whom I'm typically attracted are themselves starting to reach the extent of their appeal as the fruits of their dissipation begin to show in their faces.(10) Second, the rapid dissipation of personal savings (which, as mentioned above, might now be negative under the American definition) likely circumscribes future consumption growth.(11) Wasteful dissipation of resources has become associated more with the public sector than the private sector, especially since the collapse of the Soviet Union has revealed the worst excesses of public kleptocracy.(12) Does the muse ever give up, other than when dissipation takes hold of the creative artist concerned?(13) Surely that is why he spent so much time among the poor, and neglected to represent the powerful, showing only monuments to their dissipation .(14) It has been believed that, in addition to the avoidance mechanisms such as excess heat dissipation through evaporative cooling, intrinsic tolerance mechanisms are more relevant for a greater adaptation to high temperature.(15) In carefully hiding his decline from public view, a process of dissipation that culminates in the murder of a long-time family friend, Delamere essentially splits into two selves - one public, the other private.(16) This was the troubling existence of social division; the co-existence of affluence and destitution; of learning with ignorance; of sobriety with dissipation and dissolution.
(1) power dissipation :: afradlonedd pŵer
1. debauchery ::
3. profligacy ::
4. waste ::
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