deteriorated

[ dih-teer-ee-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF deteriorated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DETERIORATED

This change, if it deteriorated his mind, improved his exterior.

And will not men who are injured be deteriorated in that which is the proper virtue of man?

And dogs are deteriorated in the good qualities of dogs, and not of horses?

Deteriorated, that is to say, in the good qualities of horses, not of dogs?

Perhaps they had deteriorated, I said unwillingly to myself.

They will receive the prisoners later in life, but deteriorated in character.

I think the Hards must have deteriorated considerably since the battle of Lexington.

Increase of trade and deteriorated condition of working-classes.

In the daughter neither has deteriorated, but perhaps improved.

I had not set her a bad example; it was not my fault that she had deteriorated.

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