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decadent

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decadent

adjective

Definition of DECADENT

1
having lost forcefulness, courage, or spirit <social critics claimed that their culture had become decadent and weak>
Antonyms undecadent
2
having or showing lowered moral character or standards <opponents of gambling casinos claim that gambling is a decadent form of entertainment>
3
given to or marked by excessive gratification of one's desires <the impressionable heiress couldn't resist the decadent temptations of the jet-set life>

March 06, 2015
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Deposited, produced, or eroded by wind
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