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Synonyms for decrepit

Synonyms for decrepit

Synonyms for decrepit

worn and broken down by hard use

lacking bodily or muscular strength or vitality

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Summary: Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister Samir Moqbel said Monday the funds allocated to renovate the notorious Roumieh Prison complex had been mismanaged, as the interior of the facility was still in a decrepit state.
Shunting them there in a decrepit van is the curmudgeonly Claude.
After a visit to the once popular, now decrepit and always foggy seaside resort of Leydon-on-Sea, Moore was possessed by the urge to go on his road trio of awful British places, and with a certain sense of urgency.
The people want an affordable place to live, not to be saddled with decrepit buildings that nobody cares about.
former savior, A little Satchmo, Decrepit and diseased But still
AHAULof pounds 270m in jewellery and antiques stolen from a decrepit Spanish mansion has been recovered by police.
With few exceptions, the region is badly equipped to meet the threat, because of decrepit infrastructure and the legacies of Soviet mismanagement, along with low awareness of climate change.
In it, the cartoonist depicts himself walking away from a decrepit Register newsrack, art supplies in hand, saying, "Sunset?
ONE of the oldest schools in Rhondda, which was built in 1875, is proving old doesn't mean decrepit.
Born in a broken down and decrepit Greece, she overcame a dark childhood and found love--or so she thought.
Dr Jonathan Purkis, of Slaithwaite and Marsden Action on Rail Transport, said: "Northern Rail have consistently failed to replace their ancient and decrepit rolling stock.
That would be housing allowed to become decrepit in the public sector, not the private.
One very cold afternoon, during a particularly busy shift, the store was suddenly darkened, and the wife noticed through the window a decrepit old man sitting in a wheelchair in front of the little store.
The competition is part of an effort to rid the street of " filthy, poorly maintained and decrepit newsracks that are both eyesores and potentially hazardous to New Yorkers" according to MAS.
Instead of surrendering to (the goddesses) Fortune and Fate which ruled a barbaric, decrepit, listless Roman empire, men and women were given a chance to embrace the liberation of a heavenly Kingdom of peace and justice beginning right here on earth.