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Synonyms for decrepit

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Synonyms for decrepit

worn and broken down by hard use

lacking bodily or muscular strength or vitality

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Scores of the pupils who spoke to journalists decried the decrepit state of the school, saying they had no choice than to attend the school their parents had sent them.
Coun Kay's view was supported by Coun John Clare, who added the school had been 'decrepit' in the 1980s when his daughter attended.
A PS6m PROJECT to help Liverpool alleyways blighted by rodents, waste and decrepit infrastructure could be the largest of its kind in more than 100 years.
Taccad said the Navy today was a far cry from the old, decrepit Navy that we once were.
Laying low in a decrepit cottage on the edge of England, he is soon dragged back to London by an alarming piece of news.
There's slapstick buffoonery, unconvincing peril and mild grumbling as the decrepit duo are tempted by soft beds, pretty ladies and motorised transport.
When I get senile and decrepit, please move me to Essex.
The staircase and roof of a building caved in as the structure was decrepit.
Dumballs Road is a bit of an eyesore, especially the decrepit industrial units.
The Summer Slaughter Tour, featuring Morbid Angel, Dying Fetus, The Faceless, Thy Art Is Murder, Goatwhore, Origin, Decrepit Birth, Within The Ruins and Fallujah, begins at 2 p.m.
The cheap labor force, the decrepit machines and the lohn production remain to be the crucial problems of this sector, which constitutes over 15 percent of GDP.
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.
I must say I shan't be rushing back to visit Leamington if all the car park ticket machines are that decrepit.
THERE is no doubt that those decrepit empty buildings on Albert Road in Middlesbrough require demolition, but do we really need more office space to replace them?
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.