bedraggled, scrubby, abandoned, tumbledown, better, flea-bitten, seedy, ruinous, damaged, tattered, delinquent, threadbare, in disrepair, crumbly, remiss, creaky, ramshackle, broken-down, woebegone, decrepit, old, derelict, deserted, neglected, sleazy, tumble-down, draggled, rundown, neglectful, tacky, mangy, ratty, tatty, dingy, decaying, run-down, tatterdemalion, down-at-heel, shoddy, unsound
deteriorated (part of speech: verb)
fallen apart, regressed, retrogressed, went downhill, ebbed, gotten worse, declined, reverted, downgraded, worsened, atrophied, got worse, degenerate, deteriorated, wilted, slumped, fell apart, withered, mouldered, slid, gone downhill, slipped, lapsed, corrupt, faded, collapsed, sunk, tergiversated, sank, relapsed, waned
poor (part of speech: adjective)
down-and-out, impoverished, penniless, bereft, have-not, squalid, poor, busted, beggarly, pauper, shabby, destitute, embarrassed, bankrupt, distressed, poverty-stricken, penurious, scruffy, homeless, hand-to-mouth
disintegrated (part of speech: adjective)
- The sun, mounting higher, shone over the dilapidated walls, and fell full on Jo's face. - "Out of the Triangle", Mary E. Bamford.
- I got in and seated myself gingerly on one of the dilapidated seats, noting that the warning signs " For White" and " For Colored" had been smeared over with just enough paint to make the intent of obliteration clear without actually doing so. - "Greener Than You Think", Ward Moore.
- At the far end was a flight of dilapidated stone steps: at the top of this another door, and beyond the door- a surprise. - "Lord John in New York", C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson.