remote, woebegone, arthritic, tattered, broken-down, aging, remiss, unsound, wonky, patriarchal, immemorial, puny, ageing, unsubstantial, strong, down-at-heel, tatty, time-honored, olden, age-old, rheumy, flea-bitten, imperfect, insubstantial, debile, better, delicate, antediluvian, faded, neglectful, old, venerable, worn, seedy, lame, ramshackle, elderly, watery, washy, senile, sapless, light, tatterdemalion, gray, delinquent, bedraggled, ancient, mangy, decaying, derelict, dilapidated, rachitic, rheumatoid, elder, time-worn, sleazy, weakly, shoddy, senior, geriatric, rheumatic, woeful, nerveless, dingy, creaky, tacky, threadbare, scrubby, tumble-down, deserted, ancestor, hoary, fallible, scruffy, abandoned, antiquated, unaccented, study at weak, ratty, screaky, shaky, wobbly, antiquity, antique, rundown, aged, shabby
diseased (part of speech: adjective)
feeble (part of speech: adjective)
- There was also Colonel Hunchberg, an uncle; finally there was Aunt Cooley Hunchberg, a somewhat decrepit but very amiable old lady.
- When the experiment is finished I shall crawl away, a decrepit wreck. - "Set in Silver", Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson.
- The tangle of trees and vines and shrubbery had been trimmed to orderly neatness, the long, unkempt grass had been shorn to a yellow, but respectable, turf, and the old arbor showed new strips where Thomas, the StarlingsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ man, had been at work on the decrepit frame. - "The Turner Twins", Ralph Henry Barbour.