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Word: decadence

Definition: decay; fall to a lower level (of morality, civilization, or art); ADJ. decadent

Sentences Containing 'decadence'

His followers adopted the big, muscular type of their master, but lost the primitive strength he expressed; and when this primitive force was lost sight of, what a decadence set in!
And when these primitive conditions are lost touch with, a decadence sets in.
In this decadence, too, the art of fire-making had been forgotten on the earth.

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