noun: dissipation; plural noun: dissipations
1. dissipated living.
"a descent into drunkenness and sexual dissipation"
synonyms: debauchery, decadence, dissoluteness, dissolution, intemperance, excess, overconsumption, profligacy, self-indulgence, wildness;
2. squandering of money, energy, or resources.
"the dissipation of the country's mineral wealth"
synonyms: squandering, frittering (away), waste, misspending;
antonyms: preservation, accumulation
loss of energy, especially by its conversion into heat.
late Middle English (in the sense ‘complete disintegration’): from Latin dissipatio(n-), from the verb dissipare (see dissipate).