Dilapidated in a sentence

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dilapidated;

[adjective] In bad condition from neglect or old age

The building became very dilapidated by the end of the 1600s.

We worked with dilapidated equipment in appalling conditions.

The shelter was currently disused and was in a dilapidated condition.

The building was in a dilapidated and potentially dangerous condition and the cost of repairs was estimated to exceed the market value.

Many of the walls have now become dilapidated and have been strengthened by the addition of by post and wire fences.

It was so dilapidated that it was to be demolished.

There is a dilapidated water mill on the headland near the site of the famous Katavothres.

The old building was in a dilapidated state and considered unsafe for the school children.

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