decadent


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Synonyms for decadent

a person who has fallen into a decadent state (morally or artistically)

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marked by excessive self-indulgence and moral decay

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Decadent Vapours Ltd has 30 staff at its Swansea base and is set to move into its new premises at the end of this month (September).
Broths With Tuna, Anchovies & Whitefish in a Decadent Silky Broth
3) While the dedication offers the reader clues about the poet's aesthetic and ideological formation, the choices of the art works also mark the cultural milieu in which Machado was operating, a milieu that included traces of the Parnassian and Decadent currents that had profoundly impacted European letters.
Iced Brandy Fruit Loaf Cake: A decadent twist on the traditional and classic favourite is the Iced Brandy Fruit Loaf.
Digby has also considered the entertainment aspect of the bar, negotiating a strategic partnership with Decadent Entertainment, who have been hosting popular nights including Urban Education, RetroFlect and Recession in Abu Dhabi for over four years.
In his introduction, Puri provides a brief overview of the Decadent movement in France and explains the more general concept of lowercase-"d" decadence as a "style that emphasizes the detail at the expense of the whole, thereby reflecting in art the increasing isolation of the individual within modern society" (pp.
FND will be able to leverage The Decadent Group's extensive corporate, hospitality and nightlife contacts and experience in Abu Dhabi and the UAE to expand its business into one of the fastest growing markets in the world.
A police source in Anbar province told NINA today "a force of police in the city of Fallujah found 21 unidentified decadent dead bodies of civilians buried near the Maadhidi cemetery fence; they were placed in black bags and numbered in sequence.
With her channeling of and reactions to trends of late 19th century France including medical views of female hysteria, Mesmerism, the spiritualism revival, and fascination with fresh--in every sense of the word--treatments of gender role reversals, sexuality, and its relation to creativity, Rachilde (pen name of Marguerite Eymery) is being rediscovered as a noteworthy cross-dressing "man of letters" of the fin-de-siecle French Decadent movement (1875-1900).
VegNews, America's premier vegetarian lifestyle magazine, has announced Purely Decadent as the 2008 Veggie Award Winner for nondairy ice cream.
With outlandishly fanciful hats, extravagant costume jewelry and flamboyant clothing, the Decadent Divas are all about fun and sisterhood.
As the decadent Sheriff, Allen luxuriates in his exquisite nastiness, walking a tightrope with clever camp on one side should he fall, and over-the-top scenery-chewing on the other.
Based strongly on Chernozemsky's own experiences and those of others, Goodbye Evilwood resonates with the negative repercussions of decadent morals, greed, and the obsessions of the rich and powerful.
The Decadent Handbook is a jaunty introduction to the world of literary wickedness.
Historians tell us that pleasure-seekers in decadent Rome caused themselves to vomit in order to prolong the pleasure of eating.