degradation[ deg-ruh-dey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF degradation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEGRADATION
From the symbol of her degradation, she looked to the man whose action had placed it there.
It was blasphemy to think of her in such case, subjected to the degradation of these processes.
She had very honourable alliances, and yet she has thought it no degradation to be governess to Madame de Pompadour's daughter.
She contrasted them with his own weakness and supineness and degradation.
He was right at the bottom now, in the last state of degradation.
It may be your fate to sink or to swim, but it can never be your degradation to strike.
Her friend had vanished in agony, but not, she believed, in degradation.
You are speaking of the degradation of the soul: but how about the body?
She was sunk already in shame and degradation, and he had put it out of his power to save her.
When I look ahead I see nothing but shame and misery and degradation for you in the future.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEGRADATION
- bad conscience
- ill repute
- loss of face
- skeleton in the cupboard