deboshed, deboyst (adj.) Old form(s): debosh'd
debauched, corrupted, depraved
AW II.iii.137[King to Bertram, of honour] The mere word's a slave, / Debosh'd on every tomb [F]
AW V.iii.206[Bertram to King, of Parolles] With all the spots o'th' world taxed and debosh'd [F]
KL I.iv.238[Gonerill to Lear, of his knights] Men so disordered, so deboshed and bold [F; Q deboyst]
Tem III.ii.25[Trinculo to Caliban] thou deboshed fish
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