Thesaurus / shabbier


But toward the end of the season the Beans got shabbier than ever.

Torchy As A PaSewell Ford

I could have borne with his being thinner and older; but that he should be shabbier wrung my heart.

The High HeartBasil King

Life at the South was at once grander and shabbier, than in New England.

The Colonial CavalierMaud Wilder Goodwin

But now here it came, its music swelling, the crowd--shabbier than last month and more vacant of face--parting before it.

Kincaid's BatteryGeorge W. Cable

But in 1799 there were no shabbier Democrats than those of Connecticut.

She was growing thinner and shabbier of soul, and she knew it.

The pavement grew rougher and dirtier, the houses and small shops that lined the street, shabbier and shabbier.

Letty and the TwinsHelen Sherman Griffith

The rooms were even smaller and shabbier than he had believed possible.

The one that now stood there was smaller than his own palatial one, and shabbier.

The Einstein See-SawMiles John Breuer

A shabbier Joe Brown than he had been on the train, and with a pinched hungry look on his face that went to Mrs. Horton's heart.

Sunny Boy in the Big CityRamy Allison White


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