My father is convinced that everything I wear is newly bought, another marker in my ongoing pattern of degeneracy.
Brown's Estimate, he said, was thoroughly right as to our degeneracy, though Brown had not perceived the deepest root of the evil.
Nearly every one seemed to be affected by the spirit of degeneracy.
It occurs with great frequency in almost all forms of degeneracy.
The causes of degeneracy are not examined, when its mischief is suffered.
If that is true, it is only a detail of the degeneracy of Italy from the middle of the sixteenth century.
They outraged them by the admixture of kindred blood, and degeneracy was often the result.
Felix was glad he did not say he could not ride—a degeneracy in an Underwood that plainly had not occurred to the Squire.
It was too painful to witness the degeneracy of our early favorite.
They think it rather the corruption and degeneracy than the sound constitution of a republic.