Examples of degraded in a Sentence
many observers deplored the fact that the city's festivities for Mardi Gras had become a degraded, drunken celebration
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Coral flowers cascade throughout the year KENNETH SETZER Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Coral tree is now apparently a common invasive in Hawaii, where it was originally introduced to restore degraded areas because of its fast growth.
Diabetes experts say there's little chance that insulin being sold nationwide is so degraded.
The fact that more people are not shocked that such threats are allegedly being made by Trump associates is further evidence of how degraded our culture has become with him in the White House.
Researchers determined that this was because of a degraded sample.
Ignoring science will doom us to an impoverished, degraded world.
In 2012, the city finally received permits from the Army Corps for a plan that would improve flood control in the area, restore the ecologically degraded creek, and lay the foundation for a pedestrian-friendly, live-work community along its banks.
Cut into the model are about 20 possible locations where engineers are considering diverting sediment from the river into degraded marsh areas, in hopes of restoring some wetlands that were lost and holding onto the wetlands that remain.
This means the resultant effects are often limited to degraded water quality, loss of aquatic habitat and excess reservoir sedimentation.
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