decadency


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Synonyms for decadency

the state of being degenerate in mental or moral qualities

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(71) The Islamic groups justify the need to formalize religion into local regulations to preserve society from "further moral decadency".
"I was not surprised of such a decadency they showed, which does not get along with the core of Geneva," Mikdad said in an interview with al-Ikhbariya TV on Saturday.
Therefore it seems strange to see Steinberg raise the issues of gender disorder, homosexuality, a "cult of debauchery," and a pervading sense of decadency and degeneracy (108, 161-62) without pausing over Her Majesty's example in Tsarskoe Selo.
Obscenity laden laughter burst all of a sudden and their aftershocks shake the foundations of decadency terribly, said a group of residents.
Obscenity laden laughter burst all of a sudden and their after shocks shake the foundations of decadency terribly, said a group of residents.
Political, literary, and philosophical discussions on decadency come to the fore of the Portuguese cultural scene whenever severe financial problems afflict the economy.
Puppy's strolls in the streets of the metropolis are those of an alienated, solitary loafer, who enjoys both the pleasures of the city and the decadency of his lifestyle.