dilapidate

[ dih-lap-i-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dilapidate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DILAPIDATE

Everything about the villain stream has a dilapidate, broken-down air: the very mud of the Spider Water is rusty.

Smilash had immediately promised to dilapidate it to its former state at the end of the year.

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