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I have to use the word wanton in a sentence as a noun, I can't come up with anything, any suggestions?

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    Here are some synonyms for "wanton." Select one with which you are familiar, make up a sentence with it and then substitute the word "wanton."



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    that was as an adjective, now I have to use it as a noun, which is hard because dictionary online(I can't put the address in, but you know what I mean) didn't provide any examples

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    as a noun this is what it defines:noun: lewd or lascivious woman

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    The wanton hung out on the street corner, heavily madeup and dressed in a very short skirt and skin-tight tank top.

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    thank you

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    You're welcome.

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