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abandoned ship, derelict
n. a ship abandoned on the high seas
derelict
n. a person without a home, job, or property
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tumble-down, broken-down, tatterdemalion, ramshackle, dilapidated, derelict, bedraggled
adj. in deplorable condition; "a street of bedraggled tenements"; "a broken-down fence"; "a ramshackle old pier"; "a tumble-down shack"
remiss, neglectful, delinquent, derelict
adj. failing in what duty requires; "derelict (or delinquent) in his duty"; "neglectful of his duties"; "remiss of you not to pay your bills"
deserted, derelict, abandoned
adj. forsaken by owner or inhabitants ; "weed-grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse"
run-down, flea-bitten, woebegone, derelict, decrepit, creaky
adj. worn and broken down by hard use; "a creaky shack"; "a decrepit bus...its seats held together with friction tape"; "a flea-bitten sofa"; "a run-down neighborhood"; "a woebegone old shack"
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tramp
n. a heavy footfall; "the tramp of military boots"
vagabond, floater, drifter, vagrant
n. a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
adhesive
adj. tending to adhere
sticky
adj. covered with an adhesive material
unnoticing, unobservant, heedless
adj. (inattentive)
work-shy, faineant, slothful, otiose, lazy, indolent
adj. disinclined to work or exertion; "faineant kings under whose rule the country languished"; "an indolent hanger-on"; "too lazy to wash the dishes"; "shiftless idle youth"; "slothful employees"; "the unemployed are not necessarily work-shy"
grubby
adj. infested with grubs
tumble-down, broken-down, tatterdemalion, ramshackle, dilapidated, derelict, bedraggled
adj. in deplorable condition; "a street of bedraggled tenements"; "a broken-down fence"; "a ramshackle old pier"; "a tumble-down shack"
lackadaisical
adj. idle or indolent especially in a dreamy way; "she was annoyingly lackadaisical and impractical"; "a...lackadaisical, spiritless young man-about-town"- P.G.Wodehouse
pokey, poky, laggard, dilatory
adj. wasting time
old
adj. of long duration; not new; "old tradition"; "old house"; "old wine"; "old country"; "old friendships"; "old money"
squalid, sordid, sleazy, seedy, seamy
adj. morally degraded; "a seedy district"; "the seamy side of life"; "sleazy characters hanging around casinos"; "sleazy storefronts with...dirt on the walls"- Seattle Weekly; "the sordid details of his orgies stank under his very nostrils"- James Joyce; "the squalid atmosphere of intrigue and betrayal"
needy
adj. demanding or needing attention, affection, or reassurance to an excessive degree
wonky, wobbly, shaky, rickety
adj. inclined to shake as from weakness or defect; "a rickety table"; "a wobbly chair with shaky legs"; "the ladder felt a little wobbly"; "the bridge still stands though one of the arches is wonky"
tinny, sleazy, punk, crummy, chintzy, cheesy, cheap, bum
adj. of very poor quality; flimsy
frowsy, slovenly, frowzy
adj. negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt; "filled the door with her frowzy bulk"; "frowzy white hair"; "slovenly appearance"
undried
adj. still wet or moist
battered
adj. damaged especially by hard usage; "his battered old hat"
run-down, flea-bitten, woebegone, derelict, decrepit, creaky
adj. worn and broken down by hard use; "a creaky shack"; "a decrepit bus...its seats held together with friction tape"; "a flea-bitten sofa"; "a run-down neighborhood"; "a woebegone old shack"
tatterdemalion, tattered
adj. worn to shreds; or wearing torn or ragged clothing; "a man in a tattered shirt"; "the tattered flag"; "tied up in tattered brown paper"; "a tattered barefoot boy"; "a tatterdemalion prince"
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dented, crumpled, bent
adj. of metal e.g.; "bent nails"; "a car with a crumpled front end"; "dented fenders"
torn, ripped, blasted, rent
adj. disrupted by the pull of contrary forces; "torn between love and hate"; "torn by conflicting loyalties"; "torn by religious dissensions"
broken-backed
adj. having the spine damaged; "a broken-backed book"; "a broken-backed old horse"
burnt out, burned out, burnt-out, burned-out
adj. damaged or destroyed by or as if by fire: "barricaded the street with burnt-out cars"; "a burned-out picture tube"
ruptured, burst
adj. suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure (`busted' is an informal term for `burst'); "a burst balloon"; "burst pipes"; "burst seams"; "a ruptured appendix"; "a busted balloon"
corroded
adj. eaten away as by acid or oxidation
crazed, crackled, cracked
adj. of paint or varnish; having the appearance of alligator hide
defaced, marred
adj. having the surface damaged or disfigured
weakened
adj. made weak or weaker
knocked-out
adj. damaged; "the gym has some of the most knocked-out equipment since Vic Tanny"
mutilated, mangled
adj. (of compositions e.g.) damaged; "a mutilated text"
peeling
adj. having the paint loose and peeling away; "a dilapidated house with peeling paint"; "peeling row houses"
scratched, scraped
adj. having surface damage
storm-beaten
adj. damaged by storm
slack, lax
adj. lacking in rigor or strictness; "such lax and slipshod ways are no longer acceptable"; "lax in attending classes"; "slack in maintaining discipline"
hit-and-run
adj. involving a driver of a motor vehicle who leaves the scene of an accident
neglectful, inattentive
adj. not showing due care or attention; "inattentive students"; "an inattentive babysitter"; "neglectful parents"
cade
adj. (of a young animal) abandoned by its mother and raised by hand: "a cade calf"
castaway, rejected
adj. something or someone judged unacceptable; "rejected merchandise"
sad, lorn, godforsaken, forlorn, desolate
adj. marked by or showing hopelessness; "the last forlorn attempt"; "a forlorn cause"
marooned
adj. cut off or left behind; "an isolated pawn"; "several stranded fish in a tide pool"; "travelers marooned by the blizzard"
weatherworn, weather-beaten, weathered
adj. worn by exposure to the weather; "a house of weathered shingles"
attrited
adj. worn by rubbing or friction
battered
adj. damaged especially by hard usage; "his battered old hat"
worn-out, raddled
adj. used until no longer useful; "battered trumpets and raddled radios"; "worn-out shoes with flapping soles"
eared, dog-eared
adj. worn or shabby from overuse or (of pages) from having corners turned down; "a somewhat dog-eared duke...a bit run down"-Clifton Fadiman; "an old book with dog-eared pages"
scoured, eroded
adj. worn away as by water or ice or wind
tatterdemalion, tattered
adj. worn to shreds; or wearing torn or ragged clothing; "a man in a tattered shirt"; "the tattered flag"; "tied up in tattered brown paper"; "a tattered barefoot boy"; "a tatterdemalion prince"
worm-eaten, vermiculate, wormy
adj. infested with or damaged (as if eaten) by worms
threadbare
adj. having the nap worn away so that the threads show through; "threadbare rugs"
shopsoiled, shopworn
adj. worn or faded from being on display in a store; "shopworn merchandise at half price"
waterworn
adj. (of rocks especially) worn smooth by the action of water
well-worn
adj. showing signs of much wear or use
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diligent
adj. characterized by care and perseverance in carrying out tasks; "a diligent detective investigates all clues"; "a diligent search of the files"
new
adj. unfamiliar; "new experiences"; "experiences new to him"; "errors of someone new to the job"
pristine, new
adj. (unworn)
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