Definition of decrepit:
rheumatoid, screaky, delicate, tattered, ramshackle, senile, delinquent, imperfect, scrubby, infirm, neglectful, elderly, unaccented, study at weak, shoddy, rachitic, rundown, olden, age-old, deserted, puny, antediluvian, sapless, watery, aging, worn, shabby, remiss, lame, insubstantial, nerveless, strong, woeful, geriatric, abandoned, rheumy, light, tumble-down, wobbly, down-at-heel, unsound, washy, seedy, mangy, gray, antiquated, old, tacky, unsubstantial, debile, threadbare, tatty, fallible, patriarchal, senior, antique, ageing, ratty, immemorial, weak, faded, time-honored, weakly, broken-down, ancient, tatterdemalion, sleazy, ancestor, run-down, arthritic, creaky, venerable, rheumatic, aged, antiquity, remote, derelict, decaying, frail, scruffy, better, hoary, dingy, flea-bitten, elder, dilapidated, shaky, wonky, woebegone, time-worn, bedraggled, feeble.
- diseased (part of speech: adjective)
- feeble (part of speech: adjective)
- "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 StarlingsÃÂ¢Ã¢âÂ¬Ã¢âÂ¢ man, had been at work on the decrepit frame.- "The Turner Twins", Ralph Henry Barbour.