The statesmanship of Vergennes had no remedy for social disease.
The extension of such a social disease as slavery is one of the symptoms, one of the sequelæ, of the central malady.
It is really not to be wondered at if sexual debauchery, artificially stimulated, gradually becomes a social disease.
America is filled with poverty, with social disease, with oppression and with physical degeneration.
At the best it is but a clumsy way of alleviating the worst effects of social disease.
social disease entails connotations characteristic of a system of good and bad, right and wrong.
Owen's diagnosis of the social disease explains Southey's partiality.
Besides this severer type of social disease, there is what has been called sometimes a milder form.
Criticism is the knife that cuts to the roots of social disease, and through the infliction of temporary pain effects a cure.
By the same token, the breakdown of public health services had removed a major obstacle to the spread of social disease.
social disease so·cial disease (sō'shəl)
A sexually transmitted disease; a venereal disease.