I am now an old, but 164 healthy skeleton, and degenerate much towards the machine.
It is true, of course, that there is a counter-current of degenerate sons and grandsons.
Chemistry was for them a branch of natural science; of late years it has too much tended to degenerate into a handicraft.
All the higher religions show a tendency to degenerate back to it.
Shame on you, degenerate sons of a brave and chivalrous ancestry!
These, in the degenerate days of Rome, grew to an enormous excess.
She was the daughter of a nobleman who justly prided himself, in a degenerate age, on the virtue of his house.
The subject for discussion was, ‘That the present Sixth is degenerate.’
Alfred, as a trencherman, was no degenerate son of such a sire.
He had no hesitation in asserting that the Sixth were degenerate.
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