Decadence in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Decadence

state of moral or artistic decline or deterioration

Examples of Decadence in a sentence

Although there has been an increase in violent crimes by teenagers, this is not necessarily a sign of decadence of the younger generation. πŸ”Š

While the church leaders are not opposed to a little self-indulgence now and then, they are opposed to a lifetime of decadence. πŸ”Š

Periods of economic growth are often followed by periods of decadence in which individuals shop simply because they can and not out of need. πŸ”Š

Even though my mother hosted a large number of parties in my youth, I was not surrounded by decadence during my childhood. πŸ”Š

The decadence of traditional values is apparent in the large number of unwed women who give birth every year. πŸ”Š

Uninfluenced by the decadence of modern times, the nuns of that order continue to follow their religious commandments to the letter. πŸ”Š

The decadence of eating five candy bars made me quite lazy. πŸ”Š

According to many partygoers, a life without decadence is a life of boredom. πŸ”Š

Many countries view the United States as a den of decadence filled with people who care about nothing but indulging themselves. πŸ”Š

The gold trimmings in the celebrity’s bathroom are nothing but sheer decadence. πŸ”Š

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