Definition of degeneracy in English:

degeneracy

Line breaks: de|gen¦er|acy
Pronunciation: /dɪˈdʒɛnərəsi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The state or quality of being degenerate: the degeneracy of later Roman work
More example sentences
  • Today's assault on working-class degeneracy only confirms how degenerate the political and cultural elite has become.
  • Gender crossing was at once a symptom and a sign of sexual degeneracy.
  • A corrupting influence on young boys (nothing said about girls), a symbol of decadence and degeneracy, everything else you can imagine in between.
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