dilapidated

[ dih-lap-i-dey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF dilapidated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DILAPIDATED

He was fatigued and dilapidated, but he had not caught Donald.

In the morning a dilapidated iron oil-cask was found in its place.

In Thebes, in Palmyra, his will and mind have become old and dilapidated as they.

It was a big, old-fashioned dwelling, gambrel-roofed and brown and dilapidated.

His dress suit of former days he had found much too dilapidated for use.

And he began to call his brothers before he was inside the dilapidated dwelling.

The slats of the shutter of our office-window are in a dilapidated condition.

It was resolved therefore to burn the most dilapidated one—the Concepcion.

Above the landing were three unpainted and dilapidated cabins.

The town is a dilapidated old concern, as ugly as Huntsville is handsome.

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