decadent

[ dek-uh-duhnt, dih-keyd-nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF decadent
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Above all things he despised Greek art; it was, he said decadent.

The exquisiteness of the decadent efflorescence of a passing race.

The Nejd was the one clean spot in the decadent Moslem world.

So, we may be sure, the decadent artists of the Graeco-Roman world were not rebels.

All our East has suffered from the decadent touch of Europe.

Such a cynical and decadent philosophy could not go unchallenged.

I am a German, and I hate these decadent peoples we call Belgians.

There is no real taste among us for the erotic or the decadent.

The one Albanian that I was ever on speaking terms with was rather a decadent example.

Laughter that is decadent is not good for these thousand generations.

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