Definition: (adjective) In deplorable condition.
Synonyms: broken-down, dilapidated, ramshackle, tatterdemalion, derelict.
Usage: It was a tall, shabby building, that cannot have been painted for years, and it had so bedraggled an air that the houses on each side of it looked neat and clean.
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verb intr.: To take a winding course.
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noun: Something trivial; a task easily accomplished.
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noun: A rich, privileged person, especially one who influences elections by making contributions to political campaigns.
noun: Something or someone truly excellent.
noun: A two-pronged instrument, weapon, implement, etc.
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