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The lower level that she dreamed of turning into a ping-pong room to entice her grandkids to visit looked, upon arrival, decrepit and possibly haunted.
Another is confronting the city’s decrepit infrastructure, and the lack of funds to address it.
Who is in a decrepit age, and that is in care about all things, and to the distrustful that loseth patience!
Then she proudly led the way to one of the largest and certainly the most decrepit looking of all the hovels in Dogtown.
The decrepit figure in its quaint Acadian garb was one to be remembered.
EARTH'S ENIGMASCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
When the audience should weep it laughs and there are tears instead of smiles for his decrepit attempts at comedy.
Groping his way about, he found that the room was bare of all furnishing, except for a decrepit old cot, and a rough table.
It is a region of stagnant waters, pestiferous exhalations, decrepit men, famished animals.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
The stranger, who had appeared half decrepit and aged, rose up in all the strength of youth.
It came from a rusty, black, decrepit-looking mare hitched to a lumber sleigh which they had just passed.
BOYHOOD IN NORWAYHJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN

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