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Their insolence, luxury, degeneracy had gone to great lengths.

In the first scene we are introduced to two old Arcadians who hold long discourse concerning the degeneracy of the age.

A bad road is an indication and a producer of degeneracy in man and beast.

'Charge It'Irving Bacheller

Those most conversant with the matter say that this degeneracy has been the most marked and rapid during the last fifty years.

Specific houses seem to have in them the very germs of immorality and degeneracy.

The Leaven in a Great CityLillian William Betts

One of the clearest proofs of man's degeneracy is found in his willingness to remain in his sinful and unhappy state.

Exalted ego is an indication of degeneracy and may have been inherited.

Laugh and LiveDouglas Fairbanks

These checks from degeneracy in arrest of development are apt to affect most obviously the unilateral development of the face.

DegeneracyEugene S. Talbot

And yet, with all his degeneracy, the French trapper retains a something of his old traditions.

When pure, they are egg-shaped; and a much compressed or a longer and more slender form is indicative of degeneracy.

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