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Use "diseasing" in a sentence
"So, what we seem to be seeing is what Stanton Peele called diseasing of America - namely, diseasing of America's (unhealthy) habits."
"The UK sociologist and political commentator Frank Furedi wrote recently about how the UK government was "diseasing the recession" and planned to train 3,600 therapists to set up centers around Britain to deal with what it perceives as a "growing army of mentally ill people.""
"But—and here is another unintended benefit of the diseasing of depression—they have managed to point out that people are suffering from recalcitrant unhappiness in epidemic numbers."