[Answer] decrepit

Answer: ADJ: Worn-out with use; broken down.
decrepit
adjective
Word Origin late Middle English: from Latin decrepitus from de- ‘down’ + crepitus past participle of crepare ‘rattle creak’.
Scrabble Points: 13
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Decrepit definition is – wasted and weakened by or as if by the infirmities of old age. How to use decrepit in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of decrepit .
Decrepit definition weakened by old age; feeble; infirm: a decrepit man who can hardly walk. See more.
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Decrepit means broken down by hard use. Decrepit implies that something or someone is a weak and run down — practically falling apart. It’s really not a nice word to use about a person. If you are trying to say the same thing about a person but more nicely you might use the word feeble which means weak but not disastrously falling apart.
adjective 1. ruined broken-down battered crumbling run-down deteriorated decaying beat-up (informal) shabby worn-out ramshackle dilapidate…

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