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Synonyms for shabby

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Synonyms for shabby

showing signs of wear and tear

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mean and unworthy and despicable

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As a result, they will make the places youcan afford look much shabbier in comparison.
The artists Jehanzeb Malik Abdur Rehman Sajid Ali Ghulam Shabbier Zakir Ali Abbas Ali and Tayyeba Aziz had some good works to show.
There's a near future, maybe 10 or 15 years from now that's pretty recognizable, but shabbier and less fortunate than ours.
Amin S, Khattak IM, Shabbier G, Wazir M: Frequency of pulmonary Tuberculosis in patients with diabetes mellitus.
It is stated that New Delhi has more than tripled its population in the last twenty years, with over six million now living on the sprawling plain around that modern capital magnet, whose shabbier sister-city, Old Delhi, reflects all the poverty, congestion, and pluralism of ancient India with as many as people crammed inside its narrow precincts.
Harris's comic debut novel features an arranged marriage between two young Orthodox Jews in London: 20-year-old Baruch Levy, the son of a wealthy landlord who, destined to train as a rabbi, would rather study at a university, and Chani Kaufman, 19, one of eight daughters from a shabbier home.
Today, Facebook highlights our bet- ter content to others and mutes our shabbier content.
The houses here were narrower than houses on the neighboring streets, and shabbier, and set closer to the road.
If proper brands do not show interest in these fashion weeks, I am afraid it soon going to be shabbier than what it is today.
The area became shabbier and drew a transient population, many of whom were addicted to drugs and alcohol.
Things like this can make your home look shabbier than it needs to, so going from room to room with a fresh eye and putting right the problems is time well spent.
THERE is no shabbier business in Cypriot politics than the horse-trading that goes on before the announcement of the members of the Council of Ministers by a new president.
Witnesses claimed to have spotted them at one of the shabbier casinos late the next morning, as they stood forlornly before a phalanx of one-armed, mechanical bandits, praying for a windfall.
This is not, however, another Fenway tribute, but rather a testament to Fenway's younger but ultimately somewhat shabbier sibling, Braves Field.
Meanwhile, slightly shabbier, more provisional works filled the back room.