dilapidate

Derelict vs Dilapidate - What's the difference?

derelict | dilapidate |


As an adjective derelict

is abandoned, forsake; given up or forsaken by the natural owner or guardian; (of a ship) abandoned at sea, dilapidated, neglected; (of a spacecraft) abandoned in outer space.

As a noun derelict

is property abandoned by its former owner, especially a ship abandoned at sea.

As a verb dilapidate is

to fall into ruin or disuse.

Dilapidate vs Rickety - What's the difference?

dilapidate | rickety |


As a verb dilapidate

is to fall into ruin or disuse.

As an adjective rickety is

of an object: not strong or sturdy, as because of poor construction or upkeep; not safe or secure; giddy; shaky.

Tatty vs Dilapidate - What's the difference?

tatty | dilapidate |


As a noun tatty

is (northern england|geordie|slang) potato.

As an adjective tatty

is dilapidated, distressed, worn-out, torn.

As a verb dilapidate is

to fall into ruin or disuse.

Mar vs Dilapidate - What's the difference?

mar | dilapidate |


As a noun mar

is sea.

As a verb dilapidate is

to fall into ruin or disuse.

Subvert vs Dilapidate - What's the difference?

subvert | dilapidate |


As verbs the difference between subvert and dilapidate

is that subvert is to overturn from the foundation; to overthrow; to ruin utterly while dilapidate is to fall into ruin or disuse.

As a noun subvert

is an advertisement created by subvertising.

Dilapidate vs Abandoned - What's the difference?

dilapidate | abandoned |


As verbs the difference between dilapidate and abandoned

is that dilapidate is to fall into ruin or disuse while abandoned is (abandon).

As an adjective abandoned is

self-abandoned, or given up to vice; immoral; extremely wicked, or sinning without restraint; irreclaimably wicked; as, an abandoned villain .

Crumble vs Dilapidate - What's the difference?

crumble | dilapidate |


As verbs the difference between crumble and dilapidate

is that crumble is to fall apart; to disintegrate while dilapidate is to fall into ruin or disuse.

As a noun crumble

is a dessert of british origin containing stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat, flour, and sugar.

Dilapidate vs Decrepit - What's the difference?

dilapidate | decrepit |


As verbs the difference between dilapidate and decrepit

is that dilapidate is to fall into ruin or disuse while decrepit is .

Dilapidate vs Erode - What's the difference?

dilapidate | erode |


As verbs the difference between dilapidate and erode

is that dilapidate is to fall into ruin or disuse while erode is .

Destory vs Dilapidate - What's the difference?

destory | dilapidate |


As a verb dilapidate is

to fall into ruin or disuse.

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