Synonyms for Dissipation:

n.

black hole, prostitution, abuse, overuse, misuse, wastage. away, disappearing act, into thin air, extinction, into/out of thin air. overindulge, fun-loving, epicurean, weakness, sybaritic, for fun. act (noun)
licentiousness, dissolution, profligacy.
amusement, entertainment, occasionally to excess (noun)
self-indulgence.
disappearance (noun)
distribution, disappearing act, diffusion, scattering, spread, emission, dispersal, radiation, dissemination, wastage.
dispersion (noun)
dissemination, emission, dispersal, distribution, radiation, diffusion, spread, scattering, disappearance.
dissipation (noun)
dissolution, profligacy, waste, licentiousness, wastefulness.
intemperance (noun)
excessiveness, sensuality, carousal, luxury, revelry, indulgence, debauchery, intemperance, drunkenness, self-indulgence.
loss (noun)
loss, expropriation, dispossession, depletion, erosion, setback, debit, decrement, privation, divestiture, forfeiture, exhaustion, decrease, deprivation, dissolution, attrition, penalty, shrinkage, ruin.
wantonness (noun)
drunkenness, waste, profligacy, dissolution, indulgence, debauchery, intemperance.
waste (noun)
wastage, waste.
wear and tear (noun)
overuse.

Other synonyms:

extinction, overuse, distribution, misuse, prostitution, black hole, disappearing act, wastage, disappearance. abuse. away. dissemination
diffusion, radiation.
propagation
dissemination.
Other relevant words:
epicurean, disappearance, dissemination, wastage, weakness, spread, overindulge, extinction, diffusion, distribution, misuse, wastefulness, radiation, away, sybaritic, scattering, profligacy, emission, prostitution, licentiousness, fun-loving, dispersal, abuse, overuse, waste.

Usage examples for dissipation

  1. Dissipation gradually stole in upon him, in spite of resolutions dictated by remorse. – Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Vol. 3 by George Gilfillan
  2. These two young men bore on their features the marks of youthful dissipation indicating that they had not been sparing of pleasures. – The Progressionists, and Angela. by Conrad von Bolanden
  3. Auction bridge was her dissipation and I have heard she played a masterly game. – Vacation with the Tucker Twins by Nell Speed