decadent definition

  • adjective:
    • Being in a state of drop or decay.
    • Marked by or providing unrestrained gratification; self-indulgent.
    • Of or associated with literary Decadence.
    • described as ethical or cultural decline.
    • Luxuriously self-indulgent.
    • Decaying; deteriorating.
    • marked by exorbitant self-indulgence and moral decay
  • noun:
    • you in a disorder or means of psychological or moral decay.
    • an associate for the Decadence movement.
    • someone afflicted with moral decay.
    • one that's decadent, or deteriorating; esp., one described as, or exhibiting, the qualities of these who're degenerating to a lower kind; -- specif. applied to a specific college of modern-day French authors.
    • person who or that which exhibits decadence or deterioration; specifically, one whose literary or artistic tasks are expected to show the marks of nationwide or general decadence: used especially to a certain band of French authors and music artists.
    • someone who features dropped into a decadent state (morally or artistically)
  • others:
    • falling-away; decaying; deteriorating.

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