Similar words: decant, decade, decadent, decadence, decaffeinated, layer, player, taxpayer. Meaning: [-eɪd] adj. damaged by decay; hence unsound and useless.
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(1) The bodies buried in the fine ash slowly decayed.
(2) One of her decayed teeth had dropped out.
(3) Some of her teeth were very badly decayed.
(4) A dentist fills decayed teeth.
(5) The orbit of a space satellite decayed.
(6) The wood was completely decayed.
(7) The place stank of decayed fish.
(8) His power decayed in old age.
(9) Most archaeological finds are broken, damaged, or decayed.
(10) New Shoreham, now sadly decayed, has barely 100 inhabitants.
(11) Popular cinema seems to have decayed.
(12) In Orthodox Europe, mass religion seems to have decayed less.
(13) Pollution has decayed the surface of the stonework on the front of the cathedral.
(14) The dampness of the climate decayed the books and clothes.
(15) None is decayed, but each has been carefully flayed.
(16) The rituals of the past are perverted and decayed.
(17) I threw the decayed rattan overboard.
(18) So many false starts, blind alleys, postulates which decayed before the end of the argument.
(19) She thought of Yevdoxia, his wife, dragging his decayed body and bruised mind around.
(20) Decayed and declining industries had to be shut down, and vast capital investment directed to the new sectors.
(21) A rent-free office in a decayed basement in Bedford Square was found and a voluntary secretary recruited.
(22) The remaining neutrons would have decayed into protons, which are the nuclei of ordinary hydrogen atoms.
(23) Modern civilization was not now so decayed that the new style proposed by the Mediaevalists was justified.
(24) Decayed, warped and neglected, it stood proudly on its solid foundations, displaying a still sturdy brick frame.
(25) A few species laid eggs beneath mounds of rotten vegetation that warmed as it decayed.
(26) The nesting platform would be littered with pellets and bones from decayed pellets.
(27) It remained frozen in a feudal system which had decayed but not died with the end of the rubber boom. Sentencedict.com
(28) By the 1850s the tradition had declined, so that Baudelaire was seeking to give new life to a decayed literary genre.
(29) The Earth is sparsely populated and desolate, with many tower blocks lying decayed and uninhabited.
(30) September opened with high winds that sent the leaves scurrying along the pavements and brought decayed branches crashing down in Sherwood Forest.
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