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Decrepit

Pronunciation of Decrepit
/dɪkɹˈɛpɪt/, /dɪkɹˈɛpɪt/, /d_ɪ_k_ɹ_ˈɛ_p_ɪ_t/

Antonyms for decrepit:

healthy, young, robust, fit, hearty, sound, new.

Synonyms for decrepit:

Sense 1

fucked-up, superannuated, flyblown, uncared-for, rackety, geriatric, far gone, seedy, gnarled, down-at-heel, ratty, uninhabitable, august, scruffy, tatty, gaga, beaten-up, withered, grizzled, wizened, irretrievable, overage.

Sense 2

mangy, dingy, sleazy, shabby, unsound, gnarly, Decaying, forlorn, scrubby, tattered, puny, faded.

Sense 3

elder, do for, wretched, unsubstantial, aging, shoddy.

Sense 4

insubstantial, musty, get on, rundown, senior.

Sense 5

threadbare, delicate.

degenerate

retrograde.

dilapidated

tumbledown.

infirm

broken.

Other synonyms and related words:

delicate, rundown, aged, flyblown, broken-down, dilapidated, iii, grizzled, sleazy, rachitic, senile, wonky, broken, creaky, elderly, tattered, unaccented, fallible, shaky, worn, tumbledown, tatty, overage, ramshackle, down-at-heel, mangy, beaten-up, olden, puny, scrubby, bedraggled, deserted, aging, venerable, superannuated, faded, unsound, woeful, old, Decaying, hoary, wobbly, derelict, Rheumy, scruffy, dingy, seedy, shoddy, arthritic, withered, gaga, threadbare, elder, geriatric, time-honored, forlorn, woebegone, ratty, insubstantial, wizened, sapless, rheumatoid, shabby, light, musty, nerveless, tumble-down, Debile, flea-bitten, unsubstantial, lame, weakly, gray, uninhabitable, rheumatic, rackety.

deteriorated, debilitated, especially as a result of age (adjective)

fragile, feeble, threadbare, superannuated, worn, infirm, senile, dilapidated, creaky, weak, insubstantial, shabby, aged, seedy, doddering, rickety, unsound, broken-down, weakly, ramshackle, old, frail, flimsy, bedraggled, tumble-down.

disabled (adjective)

lame.

diseased (adjective)

sick, indisposed, nauseous, ailing, ill, unhealthy, infected, diseased, infirm, Inflicted, disabled, affected, cursed, pestilent, handicapped, sickly.

feeble (adjective)

ailing, powerless, weak, doddering, frail, sapless, rickety, flimsy, soft, sickly, feeble, debilitated, faint, run down, fragile, infirm.

old (adjective)

geriatric, grizzled.

scrubby (adjective)

down-at-heel.

sickly (adjective)

delicate.

Sense 1 (noun)

aging.

Sense 3 (noun)

tatty, seedy, sleazy, faded, scruffy, Decaying, shabby, rundown, shoddy, down-at-heel, ratty, dingy, mangy, tattered, scrubby, threadbare.

decrepit (noun)

feeble, weak, frail, creaky, worn, flea-bitten, weakly, run down, woebegone, sapless, infirm.

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