decadence


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Synonyms for decadence

Synonyms for decadence

Synonyms for decadence

the state of being degenerate in mental or moral qualities

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Its Literature and Art have what one might call the kink of the unseen about them, and this persists even through decadence and affectation.
AWFUL Straight to the top of the "you are awful and I don't like you league" was Sarah, who instantly blotted her copybook by insisting that team Decadence was a better name than The Grafters, which was suggested by the feisty little Northern girl.
But if that's the beginning and end of beauty today, then the word decadence may have a deeper resonance than I would like to imagine.
Puri considers musical Decadence primarily in terms of lime and memory, an approach that accords well with the analytical, techniques he develops.
InThe Decline and Fall of California: From Decadence to Destruction , Hanson illustrates just how pressing the cultural crisis is in California and offers insight into how this could impact the rest of the country.
The exhibition is called Decadence - The Definition of the Dissolute.
The timing of Hurricane Isaac with Southern Decadence is a sign that God's patience with America's sin is coming to an end," he had written.
Larry Bradley has expanded his chocolate business to Eugene's Valley River Center, with a boutique offering his Chocolate Decadence vegan chocolates as well as chocolates from other Oregon companies.
What: Decadence, deception and death in the time of Caesarean rule.
Such is the world's state of unreality, decadence and fear, that al-Qaeda can leave a crater in Manhattan, Hezbollah and Hamas can provoke Israel to its heart's content, and few in the West will acknowledge this conflict for what it is--a world war that's been going on for a minimum of five years.
Decadence, a team of sixth formers from The Belvedere School, in Princes Park, beat schools from across the city in the Merseyside heats.
The ITV Central presenters, both Birmingham Press Club board members, took time out from the studio for a spot of fly-posting in Brindleyplace to advertise the Night of Decadence at The Mailbox this Thursday.
We've democratized a kind of decadence and hedonism.
The first book in Rodales' "Rock of Ages" series focuses on Led Zeppelins' classic album IV recounting the formation of the band to its end while focusing squarely on the music without the tales of decadence that often surround writings on the band.
Decadence, Designer-maker jewellery until Jan 12 at the RBSA Gallery 4 Brook St, St Paul's Square (Mon-Fri 10.