decadency


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dec·a·den·cy

 (dĕk′ə-dən-sē, dĭ-kād′n-)
n.
Decadence.
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Noun1.decadency - the state of being degenerate in mental or moral qualities
abasement, abjection, degradation - a low or downcast state; "each confession brought her into an attitude of abasement"- H.L.Menchken
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The Syrian official delegation expressed readiness to discuss all aspects of Geneva1 while the other delegation showed decadency and lied to the Syrian people," Mikdad said, shouldering it the responsibility of non-reaching any outcomes, having rejected the axiomatic principles of Syria's unity, independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and working for restoring the occupied territories.
Obscenity laden laughter burst all of a sudden and their aftershocks shake the foundations of decadency terribly, said a group of residents.
Obscenity laden laughter burst all of a sudden and their after shocks shake the foundations of decadency terribly, said a group of residents.