Here, in a dilapidated room, Saleem recounts the November blast.
We drove for what felt like forever to a sort of dilapidated commercial part of Istanbul on the Asian side of the city.
On the set, a hole was dug in the middle of a cul-de-sac, surrounded by dilapidated clay houses overlooking a shady canyon.
The building was dilapidated; the neighborhood sketchy; the floor dusty.
The building used to be an all-girls school, and when it was initially purchased by Fortune it was dilapidated.
Any others should be torn down as a dilapidated structure of any sort is not only unsightly but a breeding place for rats.
He was fatigued and dilapidated, but he had not caught Donald.
Then at last they turned up a dilapidated street and stopped in front of a small, weather-beaten house.
It was a big, old-fashioned dwelling, gambrel-roofed and brown and dilapidated.
He broke off as he halted the car in front of a rambling, dilapidated house.
1560s, "to bring a building to ruin," from Latin dilapidatus, past participle of dilapidare "to squander, waste," originally "to throw stones, scatter like stones;" see dilapidation. Perhaps the English word is a back-formation from dilapidation.