Deteriorate in a sentence

Use Deteriorate in a sentence


Meaning: [verb] worsen; decline ;

Her mental state had deteriorated even more since her husband’s death.

The demonstrators were protesting against the deteriorating living conditions.

Studies show that after death, human bodies do not deteriorate as quickly as they used to, probably because our modern diet contains so many preservatives.

The doctors determined his health was greatly deteriorating.

Social conditions and economic opportunities had deteriorated for the immigrants after that economic problem.

The social situation deteriorated reaching a critical limit.

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

In 2005 the financial situation sharply deteriorated .

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

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