Origin of degeneracy
OTHER WORDS FROM degeneracynon·de·gen·er·a·cy, noun, plural non·de·gen·er·a·cies.pre·de·gen·er·a·cy, nounun·de·gen·er·a·cy, noun
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A few funny things happened this spring as the U.S. hurtled along the road to fiscal degeneracy.Our Swiftly Melting Deficit, Or How the U.S. is Killing It|Daniel Gross|May 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
My father is convinced that everything I wear is newly bought, another marker in my ongoing pattern of degeneracy.The Men on the Dais|Daphne Merkin|January 2, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Among High Churchmen, weakened by the secession, the growth of degeneracy was still more evident.The English Church in the Eighteenth Century|Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
But in the course of time the Avesta was subjected to many additions and interpretations, called the Zend, which show degeneracy.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
In spite of reforms by improved compositions and legislative measures the degeneracy of the Gilds proceeded apace.
It is by reason of the widely-reaching influence of their degeneracy that their later history is of importance.
Ignorance contributed to the rapid degeneracy of the people in the old home sections of New York.The Leaven in a Great City|Lillian William Betts