Furthermore, on the left hand as you enter the front door, is a certain room or office, about fifteen feet square, and of a lofty height, with two of its arched windows commanding a view of the aforesaid dilapidated
wharf, and the third looking across a narrow lane, and along a portion of Derby Street.
I thought the windows of the sets of chambers into which those houses were divided, were in every stage of dilapidated
blind and curtain, crippled flower-pot, cracked glass, dusty decay, and miserable makeshift; while To Let To Let To Let, glared at me from empty rooms, as if no new wretches ever came there, and the vengeance of the soul of Barnard were being slowly appeased by the gradual suicide of the present occupants and their unholy interment under the gravel.
On the slope was a dilapidated
Swiss cottage, surrounded by a veranda on slender wooden pillars, about which clung a few tendrils of withered creeper, their stray ends still swinging from the recent wind, now momentarily hushed as if listening for the coming of the rain.
Master Pedro made him a bow, saying, "I expected no less of the rare Christianity of the valiant Don Quixote of La Mancha, true helper and protector of all destitute and needy vagabonds; master landlord here and the great Sancho Panza shall be the arbitrators and appraisers between your worship and me of what these dilapidated
figures are worth or may be worth.
Grottos, cleverly managed, and massive terraces with dilapidated
steps and rusty railings, gave a peculiar character to this lone retreat.
At Purfleet, on a byroad, I came across just such a place as seemed to be required, and where was displayed a dilapidated
notice that the place was for sale.
And perhaps the thing that struck me most was its dilapidated
The men wavered in indecision for a moment, and then with a long, wailful cry the dilapidated
regiment surged forward and began its new journey.
Also, on each landing there is a medley of boxes, chairs, and dilapidated
wardrobes; while the windows have had most of their panes shattered, and everywhere stand washtubs filled with dirt, litter, eggshells, and fish-bladders.
I had worn, when I quitted the ship, a pair of thick pumps, which, from the rough usage they had received in scaling precipices and sliding down gorges, were so dilapidated
as to be altogether unfit for use--so, at least, would have thought the generality of people, and so they most certainly were, when considered in the light of shoes.
The tree under which he and Raoul were seated covered them with its already thick foliage; it was a low, thick chestnut-tree, with inclined branches, that cast their shade over a table so dilapidated
the drinkers had abandoned it.
Tis not ivry child that wud chuck the Rig'lations to Flanders an' stretch Peg Barney on a wink from a brokin an' dilapidated
ould carkiss like mysilf.
Their name had been mixed up ages before with one of the greatest names of the century, and they lived now in Venice in obscurity, on very small means, unvisited, unapproachable, in a dilapidated
old palace on an out-of-the-way canal: this was the substance of my friend's impression of them.
clothes were those of a foreign country.
This is your wedding day," it taunted, "that tall figure out there near the dilapidated
barn feeding his hogs is your husband.