degeneracy

[ dih-jen-er-uh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF degeneracy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEGENERACY

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

Yet he had at least made the attempt to rise above his weakness and degeneracy.

You are Canadian—in you I can banish the coldness, hollowness, and degeneracy of Europe.

Nearly every one seemed to be affected by the spirit of degeneracy.

The causes of degeneracy are not examined, when its mischief is suffered.

Thus she can guard her own health, and preserve her offspring from degeneracy.

His moanings to Mrs. Crewe over the degeneracy of the age also tell their tale.

They outraged them by the admixture of kindred blood, and degeneracy was often the result.

Improvement is ever slow and difficult; degeneracy is too often startling rapid.

But when have men, in their degeneracy, been governed by their reason?

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