In a disused plot of land in Midtown Manhattan, a conceptual artist turns pump-jacks into things of beauty.
It has a small modern church; but an old church, now disused, lies in a dingle in some fields a mile away from the village.
The rooms were low and cramped, and had a mouldy, disused smell in them.
There is also a large ossuary in the corner of the small churchyard, now disused.
The passage, whithersoever it led, had been disused for years.
Dr. Anstie therefore recommends that the word "overstimulation" be disused, as unphilosophical and self-contradictory.
That which encompassed and strengthened the muzzle or mouth of a cannon; now disused.
They looked at the billiard-room, where the tables stood, dusty and disused, and the balls lay idly by.
The old tongue of the Church was now to be disused in public worship.
Of late it had been disused, however, for a period of six or seven years.