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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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Recipes such as Fresh Fig Jam, Summer Fruit Compote with Tapioca, Buckwheat Crepes, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies, Chocolate Pecan Cake, and much more fill these decadently delicious compendium.
Contrary to Sandford's "old red coat" (Cibber, Apology 1: 77), Cibber over-embellished himself with a decadently purple robe and a plume, and provided himself with "the whole Apparatus of the Stage Heroe", which had an effect opposite to his hopes (Laureat 109-10).
These dishes didn't need to be propped up with gimmicks, but the decadently quirky furnishings made for a dramatically entertaining dinner.
Customers at Blaze Burgers in Adliya, for example, can't seem to get enough of his decadently sweet Crownie creation, which is a cookie cup with a fudge brownie centre.
Crisp and golden on the outside, steaming and tender within, its pockets hold a mix of melting butter and maple syrup that's decadently released when you bite down.
Another member of the second generation, Virgil Nitulescu was the voice of professional disgruntlement, and endured systematic persecution throughout his career: public shaming in Arhitectura for practicing a decadently bourgeois architecture, denied access to certain projects, relegation to low-pay, minor positions during employment in Design Institutes, and a ban from entering architecture education as a tutor (Enescu 2006: 318-331).
A solid value, this chardon-nay starts off with a burst of tropical fruit that transitions to a decadently textured toasty oak and vanilla; full-bodied and creamy with a cit-rusy, crisp finish.
A solid value, this chardonnay starts off with a burst of tropical fruit that transitions to a decadently textured toasty oak and vanilla; full-bodied and creamy with a citrusy, crisp finish.
We'll make sure your glass is decadently decanted and your plate is full of first-rate cuisine as you enjoy the legendary Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
This skin-silkening body souffle has the most decadently rich texture and I'm pleased to see something less predictable than a butter.
In fact, I got him so excited about it that he could barely eat the gorgeous lamb and roasties I had cooked in anticipation of finally having something decadently sweet.
Jeremy Gates hops aboard the trend train for a razor-sharp wet shave: SHAVING at home can seem a dull, daily chore, but there's something decadently indulgent about treating yourself to a professional wet shave.
com) offers a traditional Wisconsin fish boil--a tasty cauldron of whitefish, potatoes, and onions--plus a full buffet and decadently rich bakery goods.
It is a country known for its jewel-toned saris, crammed buses and decadently spiced foods.