tumble-down[ tuhm-buh l-doun ]SEE DEFINITION OF tumble-down
Synonyms for tumble-down
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TUMBLE-DOWN
There were two rough-haired, unkempt horses in the tumble-down stable.
This tumble-down, six-roomed cottage was to be the saving of the family.
Didcot with its Banbury cakes and tumble-down station is passed.
By these means the town acquired a tumble-down and battered appearance.
A tumble-down place I found it, but I was overjoyed to be in it, nevertheless.
They came to a tumble-down barn, but she was too cold and wet to stop where there was no fire.
It was very picturesque and tumble-down, and dirty and interesting.
I am stifled in these narrow streets, amid these tumble-down houses, amid these alleys.
Pullen, he says as there's a tumble-down lime-kiln in that hollow.
The woman stood in the doorway of the ramshackle, tumble-down shanty.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TUMBLE-DOWN
- below par
- in a bad way
- out of condition
- under the weather
- used up