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dilapidated
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David Copperfield
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  • She was a little dilapidated — like a house — with having been so long to let; yet had, as I have said, an appearance of good looks.
  • There was, and is when I write, at the end of that low-lying street, a dilapidated little wooden building, probably an obsolete old ferry-house.
  • It is nothing smaller than the Crocodile Book, which is in rather a dilapidated condition by this time, with divers of the leaves torn and stitched across, but which Peggotty exhibits to the children as a precious relic.

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  • a dilapidated old car
  • The home is dilapidated from decades of neglect.

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