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disrepair

disrepair

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.

First Known Use of DISREPAIR

1798

Rhymes with DISREPAIR

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