degeneration

[ dih-jen-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF degeneration

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In both sexes there is a tendency to neurosis and degeneration.

Alcohol especially facilitates the degeneration of sexual life.

The exact cause of the degeneration has not yet been found, but the fact is certain.

I have designated this degeneration by the term blastophthoria.

That degeneration was not confined to the great emigrant race.

Histolysis: the degeneration and dissolution of organic tissue.

Their degeneration, as she regarded it, had not begun when she married Mr. Cinch.

There are yet other evidences of degeneration; witness the eroticism that is to be found in our literature.

The inevitable result would be degeneration in some form or other.

Mild forms of these types of degeneration are very abundant.

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