derelict

[ der-uh-likt ]SEE DEFINITION OF derelict

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DERELICT

Always glad to pick up a derelict, may be a chance for salvage, you know.

The derelict's forehead is punched in, starred across, and rent diagonally.

We are going to help the derelict division of French in every way we can.

Meanwhile the ship drifted, a derelict on the face of the Pacific.

Had he been derelict in duty and let this lamb wander from the fold?

He felt as he had at his father's death, rudderless, derelict.

We took a series of photos of that derelict when we stumbled on it.

The enemy ship has been put out of action and is now in a derelict condition.

Rubbing shoulders with the crowd outside, shabby, poor, a derelict.

A correspondent on the ——'s staff had been derelict, and I was appointed to his division.

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