creaky, decrepit, derelict, flea-bitten, run-down, woebegoneadjective
worn and broken down by hard use
"a creaky shack"; "a decrepit bus...its seats held together with friction tape"; "a flea-bitten sofa"; "a run-down neighborhood"; "a woebegone old shack"
weak, infirm, abandoned, bedraggled, weakly, debile, rickety, woebegone, tumble-down, tatterdemalion, neglectful, run-down, remiss, rheumatoid, screaky, creaky, ramshackle, deserted, rheumy, decrepit, arthritic, delinquent, broken-down, rheumatic, dilapidated, flea-bitten, feeble, woeful, derelict, sapless
having the spring unwound
"a run-down watch"
run down, check outverb
"We are running down a few tips"
run over, conk out, play out, scan, go over, feel out, skim, check into, sap, poop out, run out, check, check over, peter out, exhaust, glance over, check out, suss out, rake, check up on, cheque, sound out, look into, tire
"The water ran down"
run down, run oververb
injure or kill by running over, as with a vehicle
poop out, peter out, run down, run out, conk outverb
use up all one's strength and energy and stop working
"At the end of the march, I pooped out"
fizzle out, run over, conk out, play out, run off, scan, give way, die, bolt, beetle off, skim, break down, poop out, fizzle, bolt out, break, run out, drain, fail, peter out, exhaust, glance over, check out, rake, give out, sap, expire, spill, go, taper off, go bad, tire
scan, skim, rake, glance over, run downverb
"She scanned the newspaper headlines while waiting for the taxi"
plane, run over, conk out, play out, scan, graze, sap, skim off, skim, skitter, crease, poop out, run out, peter out, exhaust, glance over, check out, cream, rake, cream off, read, skip, skim over, tire
run down, exhaust, play out, sap, tireverb
"exhaust one's savings"; "We quickly played out our strength"
sap, exhaust, eat up, play out, expel, wash up, eat, release, glance over, beat, tire, run over, wear out, rake, pall, tire out, peter out, use up, bore, tucker out, conk out, run out, jade, scan, run through, wear upon, wipe out, outwear, skim, discharge, weary, tucker, wear down, poop out, fatigue, eject, consume, check out, deplete, fag out, wear
pursue until captured
"They ran down the fugitive"
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I think we all have got to figure out how we can live our lives and navigate it, i would much rather run down Times Square buck naked than go back home.
My daughter was laying on the bed sleeping and I went to take my son to the bathroom, we heard a sound upstairs and we see a raccoon run down the steps. PHILADELPHIA CITY COUNCIL APPROVES BILL TO REMOVE BULLETPROOF GLASS FROM STOREFRONTS.
We have no need for a fire sale given the quality of the assets and the run-down profile.
With the new start situation, and we're having to do everything ourselves now, there's a lot more opportunity tomorrow even at the start, on the run down to turn five here it is possible to overtake so my hopes are for sure still alive.
I want to reach whatever potential I can, so I dont have a (goal) for however many yards or average yards per carry, because the thing is, if my team needs me to run down the clock in the fourth quarter and Im getting a bunch of 1-yard gains, Im fine with that and Im happy with that. I dont really care what it might look like at the very end on the stat line.
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