(动) 衰退; 变坏; 堕落; 退化
(動) 衰退; 變壞; 墮落; 退化
A country degenerated by democracy and by the inferiority of the triumphant Celt, greedy for full liberty! We are the only free people on earth because we know how to obey."
All the other nations, especially those of the south of Europe called "latins," belonged to a degenerate humanity. The Spaniard could not contain himself any longer.
Only the whites and half-breeds of Mexico were exterminating each other in conflicts in order that nobody might believe that man is an animal degenerated by peace.
that France was degenerating rapidly and would soon vanish from the earth… Then why should they resent the scorn of their enemies… Why shouldn't the Germans share in their beliefs?
"We have degenerated," he returned, shaking his head, which he could do to a very limited extent in his cravat.
And there were those in whose hands the whole discussion degenerated into a quarrel about words.
As a result, Palestinian politics has degenerated into a naked struggle for the spoils of power.
Civilisations do not degenerate through fear, but because they forget that fear exists.
For brevity, let me say that a set of points are conconic if they all lie on a non-degenerate conic.
His lordship says they're a lot of degenerates, and it seems to me his lordship is about right.