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decadency

See definition of decadency on Dictionary.com
  • as indeclension
  • as indeclination
  • as indegeneration

synonyms for decadency

  • decadence
  • decay
  • declination
  • decline
  • degeneracy
  • degeneration
  • worsening
  • decaying
  • decay
  • worsening
  • decadence
  • declension
  • declination
  • decline
  • degeneracy
  • decaying

antonyms for decadency

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  • development
  • improvement
  • morality
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How to use decadency in a sentence

All in Uxmal proclaims the decadency of art, the relaxation of morals, the depravity of customs, the lewdness of the inhabitants.
THE MAYAS, THE SOURCES OF THEIR HISTORY / DR. LE PLONGEON IN YUCATAN, HIS ACCOUNT OF DISCOVERIESSTEPHEN SALISBURY, JR.
And then came a decadency, like a wagon rolling out of ear-shot.
THE VOODOO GOLD TRAILWALTER WALDEN
The census of 1850 furnishes the following facts connected with the decadency of the Southern soil.
FOOT-PRINTS OF A LETTER CARRIERJAMES REES
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WORDS RELATED TO DECADENCY

  • decadence
  • decadency
  • decay
  • decaying
  • declination
  • decline
  • degeneracy
  • degeneration
  • worsening
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