characterized by decadence, especially culturally or morally:
a decadent life of excessive money and no sense of responsibility.
(often initial capital letter) of or like the decadents.
a person who is decadent.
(often initial capital letter) one of a group of French and English writers of the latter part of the 19th century whose works were characterized by aestheticism, great refinement or subtlety of style, and a marked tendency toward the artificial and abnormal in content.
characterized by decay or decline, as in being self-indulgent or morally corrupt
belonging to a period of decline in artistic standards
a decadent person
(often capital) one of a group of French and English writers of the late 19th century whose works were characterized by refinement of style and a tendency towards the artificial and abnormal
noun 1. a polygon having 11 angles and 11 sides. noun 1. a polygon having eleven sides
verb (used without object) 1. to become decomposed; rot: vegetation that was decaying. 2. to decline in excellence, prosperity, health, etc.; deteriorate. 3. Physics. (of a radioactive nucleus) to change spontaneously into one or more different nuclei in a process in which atomic particles, as alpha particles, are emitted from the nucleus, electrons are captured […]
adjective 1. no longer living; dead. noun 2. the deceased. the particular dead person or persons referred to. dead persons collectively: to speak well of the deceased. noun 1. the act of dying; departure from life; death. verb (used without object), deceased, deceasing. 2. to depart from life; die. adjective 1. a more formal word […]
adjective 1. given to deceiving: A deceitful person cannot keep friends for long. 2. intended to deceive; misleading; fraudulent: a deceitful action. adjective 1. full of deceit