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dilapidated
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition
in bad condition — especially from age and neglect
  • The shiny carriages of Yankee officers' wives and newly rich Carpetbaggers splashed mud on the dilapidated buggies of the townspeople, and gaudy new homes of wealthy strangers crowded in among the sedate dwellings of older citizens.
    4.37 (84% in)
  • The place was dilapidated and it made you cry to look at it.
    5.57 (46% in)

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