How To Pronounce decadent

decadent

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  • [American] deca-dent
    [British] dec-ad-ent
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  • IPA(key): /ˈdɛkədənt/
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1 Meaning, 5 Sentences and 3 Another words found for decadent.

1.{Noun}  a person who has fallen into a decadent state (morally or artistically)
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 1.If You've Ever Wanted To Pretend To Be A decadent Mad Scientist While Drinking Your Cup Of Joe, This Is The Coffee Machine For You
 2.Curiously, Apotheosis Is Used By The Latin Christian Poet, Prudentius (c. 400), As The Title Of A Poem Defending Orthodox Views On The Person Of Christ And Other Points Of Doctrine - The Affectation Of A decadent Age.
 3.As In Glyptic So In Poetic Art, The Hellenism Of The Time Was decadent And Alexandrine Rather Than Attic Of The Best Period.
 4.The Buccaneers Or Filibusters, Who During The 17th Century Were Drawn To The West Indies By The Prospect Of Plundering The Possessions Of decadent Spain, Often Invaded Porto Rico, But That Island Escaped The Conquest Which Haiti Experienced.
 5.Willingly Linked To The Dying Power Of Spain, Were Already decadent, And On The 10th Of January 1615 A Great Portuguese Armada, Consisting Of Six Great Galleons, Three Smaller Ships, Two Galleys And Sixty Rowed Barges, Was Defeated For The Second Time In Swally Roads By Captain Nicholas Downton, In
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 1.{Noun}  bad person
 2.{Adjective}  effete
 3.{Adjective}  indulgent
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