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  • adj.broken; deteriorated
  • nounstate of deterioration

synonyms for disrepair

  • dead
  • down
  • busted
  • damaged
  • decayed
  • decrepit
  • kaput
  • not functioning
  • on the blink
  • on the fritz
  • out of commission
  • out of order
  • worn out
  • wracked
  • decay
  • ruination
  • decrepitude
  • collapse
  • dilapidation
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antonyms for disrepair

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  • good
  • unbroken
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How to use disrepair in a sentence

Structural racism led to numerous other obstacles like poverty and overcrowding, and the area became notorious for danger and disrepair.
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You inherit your grandfather’s farm, which has fallen into disrepair.
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About half of the more than 1,800 buildings and structures in the area, some of which date back a thousand years and are part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, have been in disrepair for years.
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His cofounder, Joe Lonsdale, who grew up in Fremont and attended Stanford, penned a Wall Street Journal editorial explaining his 2020 move to Austin saying that California had “fallen into disrepair” due to “bad policies.”
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Landlords were fined under nuisance ordinances for letting their buildings fall into disrepair, for harboring drug users and gang activity, and for leasing apartments to people with criminal records.
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These huts had been built by sealing gangs many years ago and were in a sad state of disrepair.
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
The prebendal houses fell into disrepair, and in some cases a plot had been assigned, but no house had been built.
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And yet the permanent way of almost every railway is falling into bad disrepair, the roads are shocking.
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Sorters seize upon it and separate it and classify it according to kind and state of disrepair.
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Unhappily the church was allowed, during the later part of the eighteenth century, to fall into a terrible state of disrepair.
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