deteriorate in a sentence

Corporate results deteriorated because of recession.

If you continue to eat too much junk food, your health will deteriorate.

Your organs begin to deteriorate rapidly if there is inadequate blood supply.

If the situation deteriorates any further, we may be facing the start of a war.

Relations between the two countries have deteriorated somewhat in the past year.

Frequently clear and balmy weather deteriorates and it soon rains cats and dogs.

Something’s wrong with my computer, it’s not detecting the CD burner.

She’s worried her English language skills will deteriorate once she returns to her homeland.

The paint on the outside of the house has really deteriorated because of the salt air from the ocean.

Attempts at peace talks are continuing amid fears that the situation will deteriorate into a full-scale war.

Mark Twain once said that if man could be crossed with a cat, it would improve man, but deteriorate the cat.

My grandfather had always been very healthy, but his mind really deteriorated in the latter part of his life.

Grandpa’s health has deteriorated a lot in the last few hours, and he isn’t expected to live through the night.

The painting “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci took two years to complete, but started to deteriorate within 20 years.

A simple disagreement deteriorated into a serious argument, and ended up with Cheryl and her boyfriend deciding to break up.