Examples of jalopy in a Sentence
He fixed up an old jalopy.
his parents gave him an old jalopy for school
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Every Jaguar and jalopy in L.A. is left parked at its destination, usually taking up more public real estate than would 10 electric scooters in a row.
But the regime’s bigger problem is that investors who kick the tires on the Castro jalopy increasingly walk away.
This is an organization that paints an old jalopy in opposing team’s colors, parks it in front of the arena, and then asks fans for a $5 charitable contribution to swing at it with a sledgehammer.
There ought to be graphics of a junkyard of jalopies: Look, there's the ghost of Virginia right there.
When a jalopy driven by the mysterious Alison (Claire van der Boom) sputters into the garage where Henry works nights with the ebullient Arthur (Delroy Lindo, excellent), a friendship — and more — develops between Alison and fellow lost soul Henry.
Picture Dmitriev going off on a dig in his threadbare jalopy (a Niva).
But what happens when your crews are still first-rate but your spacecraft is a jalopy — like, say, the overgrown, broken-down Mir space station which, by the late 1990s, had long since passed its orbital expiration date?
Reviving cheery Archie and its cozy world of malt shoppes and jalopies as a tale of unsolved homicide sounds like remaking the day as night.
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: an old car that is in poor condition
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