Thesaurus / degeneration

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As I have already pointed out, the evil of pain, of decay, of degeneration is taken no account of.

Browning and His CenturyHelen Archibald Clarke

Decadence and degeneration seems to be the rule as age increases.

If the environment is favorable to development, there is development; if it is unfavorable, there is degeneration.

Instances of adaptation he has adduced, but they are invariably, except where man has intervened, those of degeneration.

The shape of the cells is as diverse and their contents as various, while their possibilities of degeneration are alike.

In France especially, since the days of Morel, the stigmata of degeneration are much spoken of.

His face was described as bilaterally asymmetrical, and various other signs of degeneration were described.

Martin EdenJack London

The thalium may be esteemed in some instances a case of degeneration, in others of arrested development.

The North American Slime-MouldsThomas H. (Thomas Huston) MacBride

The degeneration theory has exploded as entirely as the geocentric and anthropocentric theories have vanished.

A Manual of the Historical Development of ArtG. G. (Gustavus George) Zerffi

When this is so, we may suppose that the abnormal hairy growth is associated with degeneration of the ovaries.

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