1. degrading

adjective. ['dɪˈgreɪdɪŋ'] used of conduct; characterized by dishonor.


  • debasing
  • dishonorable


  • glorious
  • reputable
  • dishonorableness

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Rhymes with Degrading

  • serenading
  • masquerading
  • downgrading
  • upgrading
  • persuading
  • crusading
  • cascading
  • blockading
  • pervading
  • invading
  • trading
  • parading
  • evading
  • braiding
  • blading
  • wading
  • shading
  • raiding
  • nading
  • lading
  • kading
  • fading
  • aiding

Sentences with degrading

1. Verb, gerund or present participle
If you need an even longer cable, you can purchase an amplifier to keep the signal from degrading.

Quotes about degrading

1. I won't tell you that the world matters nothing, or the world's voice, or the voice of society. They matter a good deal. They matter far too much. But there are moments when one has to choose between living one's own life, fully, entirely, completely—or dragging out some false, shallow, degrading existence that the world in its hypocrisy demands. You have that moment now. Choose!
- Oscar Wilde

2. To be a god can ultimately become boring and degrading. There'd be reason enough for the invention of free will! A god might wish to escape into sleep and be alive only in the unconscious projections of his dream-creatures.
- Frank Herbert

2. degrading

adjective. ['dɪˈgreɪdɪŋ'] harmful to the mind or morals.


  • corrupting


  • honest
  • worthy