Sentences Containing 'deleterious'
Dams have deleterious effects on a riverine fish and other fauna and are often stocked with exotic species.
Because humans are optimized for life in Earth gravity, exposure to weightlessness has been shown to have deleterious effects on the health of the human body.
Its duration is too short to induce deleterious effects due to ischemia.
Both decisions had a deleterious effect on Asian Americans as a class, strengthening and re-affirming the racist policies of U.S. immigration laws.
In practice, unstable dynamics may have deleterious effects on the system (e.g., it may be dangerous for internal states of the system to grow unbounded).
She attempts suicide in "Die Hippie, Die", after a hippie music festival she signs the permit for has deleterious effects on the town.
More Vocab Words::: pronounced - distinct; very noticeable; Ex. pronounced limp
::: holster - leather pistol case (that hangs on a belt around the waist)
::: circumlocution - indirect or roundabout expression (by using an uncecessarily large number of words esp. when trying to avoid answering a difficult question directly)
::: instigate - start; urge; provoke; incite; Ex. instigate a search/quarrel
::: arcane - esoteric; secret; mysterious; known only to the initiated; Ex. arcane ritual; Ex. arcane process closed to the uninitiated listener
::: practical - based on experience; of or acquired through practice (rather than theory); useful; Ex. practical man
::: ablution - washing
::: pejorative - (of a word or phrase) suggesting that someone is of little value; negative in connotation; having a belittling effect; Ex. Many women now considers ``housewife'' a pejorative expression, because it patronized them.
::: brocade - rich, figured(patterned) fabric
::: receptive - quick or willing to receive (ideas, suggestions, etc.); Ex. receptive to the proposal