Synonyms for Decadence:

n.

extravagance, weakness, epicurean, overindulge, fun-loving, for fun, sybaritic. declination, atrophy, declension, decline, better, deterioration. decadence (noun)
degeneration, degeneracy, decadency.
declension (noun)
decadency.
deterioration (noun)
declension, self-indulgence, declination, decline, indulgence, decay, evil, degeneration.
perversion; deterioration of morality (noun)
degeneracy, decay, decline, degeneration, declension, evil.
state (noun)
degeneration, degeneracy, decadency.

Other synonyms:

decay, fun-loving, declension, declination, sybaritic, atrophy, self-indulgence, epicurean. overindulge, extravagance, deterioration. weakness. revelry
indulgence.
Other relevant words:
extravagance, declension, fun-loving, overindulge, sybaritic, atrophy, indulgence, decay, decline, declination, deterioration, weakness, evil.

Usage examples for decadence

  1. She knows as well as anybody that Roxmouth, for all his airs of aristocratic propriety, is a social villain of the lowest type of modern decadence yet she would rather see me married to him than to any other man she has ever met. – God's Good Man by Marie Corelli
  2. When the British and American Churches seek to send out missionaries, the British and American people will have registered the sure sign of their decadence – Korea's Fight for Freedom by F.A. McKenzie
  3. To imitate him without sharing his emotion or comprehending his thoughts, as the soulless artists of the decadence attempted, was without all doubt a grievous error. – The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti by John Addington Symonds