Origin of degraded
verb (used with object), de·grad·ed, de·grad·ing.
verb (used without object), de·grad·ed, de·grad·ing.
Origin of degrade
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Contemporary Examples of degraded
It's a place where minorities are degraded and maligned for fun.The Fox News Apology Tour
October 1, 2014
The nature of the mobile-enabled swarmcast means it appear to be degraded, but it has really only reconfigured.ISIS Is Winning the Online Jihad Against the West
Ali Fisher, Nico Prucha
October 1, 2014
A high end audio system from 50 years ago sounds better than your degraded, compressed product.25 Things I Want from an Online Music Service (and Almost Never Get)
June 30, 2014
He degraded her and he really put her through the wringer, but she survived that and stayed with him anyway.Adam Driver on Role-Play Sex with Lena Dunham on ‘Girls’ and Adam’s Stormy Relationship with Hannah
March 10, 2014
When people and goods can't move because of a degraded transportation infrastructure, business comes to a screeching halt.The MTA and New York City Will Get Hit Again
November 3, 2012
Historical Examples of degraded
Some of these had indeed been tamed, but more had been degraded.Cameos from English History, from Rollo to Edward II
Charlotte Mary Yonge
He need no longer fear that Alice would be degraded in the eyes of Evelyn.Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete
She had called him hers while another woman held his vows, and she was degraded.Meadow Grass
Mites are not true insects, but are the most degraded of spiders.
Besides, it was borrowed from the syllabus of a degraded superstition.