In a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect,
In a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect
the cities were derelict and dying
(of a person) Shamefully negligent in not having done what one should have done
he was derelict in his duty to his country
A person without a home, job, or property
derelicts who could fit all their possessions in a paper bag
A piece of property, esp. a ship, abandoned by the owner and in poor condition
a person without a home, job, or property
creaky: 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"
abandoned ship: a ship abandoned on the high seas
abandoned: forsaken by owner or inhabitants ; "weed-grown yard of an abandoned farmhouse"
failing in what duty requires; "derelict (or delinquent) in his duty"; "neglectful of his duties"; "remiss of you not to pay your bills"
bedraggled: in deplorable condition; "a street of bedraggled tenements"; "a broken-down fence"; "a ramshackle old pier"; "a tumble-down shack"
(dereliction) delinquency: a tendency to be negligent and uncaring; "he inherited his delinquency from his father"; "his derelictions were not really intended as crimes"; "his adolescent protest consisted of willful neglect of all his responsibilities"
(dereliction) willful negligence
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(DERELICTION) The neglect of or failure in meeting personal responsibilities.
(DERELICTION) The gradual receding of water, leaving more land than was there previously.
(Dereliction) Land that is created by the recession of water. It belongs to the adjacent landowners. Also called reliction.
(dereliction) leaving to fall in ruins
A ship, abandoned by her crew, but still afloat.
A vessel that has been abandoned by the crew but has not sunk.
Land - Land so damaged by industrial or other development that it is incapable of beneficial use without treatment.
Goods or any other commodity, specifically a vessel abandoned at sea