Noun(1) a person who has fallen into a decadent state (morally or artistically
Adjective(1) luxuriously self-indulgent(2) marked by excessive self-indulgence and moral decay
(1) They reached Marion's room first; a large, luxurious chamber decorated in the decadent style of the times.(2) Marilyn Manson, a shock rocker hated by conservatives for his decadent excesses, was rewarded for his sins by having the number one selling album in America during its first week of release.(3) Like a fine wine, or a decadent chocolate truffle it requires savoring, indulging, and enjoying.(4) Boogie Nights 2 is essentially a rollercoaster ride through the decadent decade that taste forgot, with references to shell suits, Live Aid and Mrs Thatcher, all soundtracked by hits from Wham!(5) His work of this time conveyed disgust at the horrors of war and the depravities of a decadent society with unerring psychological insight and devastating emotional effect.(6) Fran Landesman is still the poet laureate of lovers and losers: her songs are the secret diaries of the desperate and the decadent .(7) Note that though it tastes sweet and rich and decadent , it's actually quite low calorie.(8) More conventionally, Squire Hamilton represents a type common in Hammer horrors of the period: the depraved, decadent aristocrat.(9) As lush and plush as the name suggests, this Far Eastern-oriented club-bar is a mix of exotic Oriental Zen and decadent western Hedonism.(10) Watching satellite television has been illegal as it is seen as the conveyor of decadent western culture.(11) I saw it yesterday - a midday summer movie by myself, one of my few truly decadent indulgences - and found it surprisingly funny and true.(12) Grab your swimsuits and get ready for a day of decadent indulgence.(13) Single cream or pouring cream is used for enriching and finishing sauces, soups, stews, desserts and coffee or cereals for the decadent .(14) The heavy atmosphere of the luxurious furnishings sets a decadent mood.(15) Implicit in the myth is the judgment of a decadent present in need of regenerative cultural renewal.(16) Sipping a decadent tamarind margarita, I sank into a plump towelling-covered chair.
1. dissolute ::
2. declining ::
3. effete ::
Different Formsdecadent, decadently, decadents
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