Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section IV. Moral Affections
4. Moral Practice

962. Libertine.

   NOUN:LIBERTINE; voluptuary [See Sensualist]; rake, debauchee, loose fish [colloq.], rip [colloq.], rakehell, fast man; intrigant, gallant, seducer, fornicator, lecher, satyr, goat, whoremonger, paillard [F.], advocater [obs.], adulterer, gay deceiver, Lothario, Don Juan, Bluebeard; chartered libertine.
  ADULTRESS, advoutress [obs.], courtesan, prostitute, strumpet, harlot, whore, punk [obsoles.], fille de joie [F.], woman, woman of the town, streetwalker, Cyprian, miss [obs.], piece [slang], demirep, wench, trollop, trull, baggage, hussy, drab, bitch [low], jade, skit [obs.], rig [obs.], quean, mopsy [dial. Eng.], slut, minx, harridan; unfortunate, – female, – woman; woman -of easy virtue (unchaste) [See Impurity]; wanton, fornicatress; lorette [F.], cocotte [F.], petite dame [F.], grisette; demimondaine; chippy [slang, U. S.]; Sapphist; white slave.
  Jezebel, Messalina, Delilah, Thais, Phryne, Aspasia, Lais.
  demimonde, erring sisters, fallen women, frail sisterhood.
  MISTRESS, concubine, kept woman, doxy, chère amie [F.]; bona roba [It.]; spiritual wife.
  PROCURER, pimp, pander or pandar, bawd, conciliatrix [L.], procuress, mackerel [archaic], wittol [obs.].
  1. She may be a good sort but she is a bad lot.—Shaw
  2. Ah, take the Cash and let the Credit go, Nor heed the rumble of a distant drum.—Omar Khayyám—Fitzgerald