“Since this past November, you have seen the slow and steady drumbeat of degradation,” Steele says.
He woefully underestimated the depth of the degradation of this world.
So it is with Just Send Me Word, a heroic love story amid the squalor and degradation of the Gulag.
Their sexual relations were romantic; there were no sex toys, latex, or degradation.
Palin is its perfect representative, a constant reminder of its degradation.
Their degradation made him ready to endure all things if only he could pierce the black cloud overshading them.
Inefficiency and degradation were the marks of the non-slaveholding whites.
It is only in this degradation of sordid misery that he is shown to us in the Alchemist of Jonson.
By the degradation of the human race that they force me to recall.
degradation and slavery were to be the portion of the learned Egyptians, but utter extinction is the doom of mighty Babylon.
degradation deg·ra·da·tion (děg'rə-dā'shən)
Progressive decomposition of a chemical compound into a less complex compound.