noun dis·re·pair \ˌdis-ri-ˈper\

: the state of needing to be repaired : bad condition

Full Definition of DISREPAIR

:  the state of being in need of repair <a building fallen into disrepair>

Examples of DISREPAIR

  1. The lighthouse was in disrepair until the volunteers cleaned it up.
  2. After years of neglect, the house fell into disrepair.

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Rhymes with DISREPAIR


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