shabby clothes

shabby clothes
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  • shabby — UK [ˈʃæbɪ] / US adjective Word forms shabby : adjective shabby comparative shabbier superlative shabbiest 1) a) old and in bad condition shabby clothes/furniture/buildings b) dressed in clothes that are old or in bad condition The children were… …   English dictionary

  • shabby — shab|by [ ʃæbi ] adjective 1. ) old and in bad condition: shabby clothes/furniture/buildings a ) dressed in clothes that are old or in bad condition: The children were all so shabby and hungry. feel shabby: Linda felt shabby standing next to… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shabby — shabbily, adv. shabbiness, n. /shab ee/, adj., shabbier, shabbiest. 1. impaired by wear, use, etc.; worn: shabby clothes. 2. showing conspicuous signs of wear or neglect: The rooms on the upper floors of the mansion had a rather shabby appearance …   Universalium

  • shabby — shab|by [ˈʃæbi] adj [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: shab scab, worthless man (11 19 centuries), from Old English sceabb scab ] 1.) shabby clothes, places, or objects are untidy and in bad condition because they have been used for a long time ▪ Hugh s… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shabby — /ˈʃæbi / (say shabee) adjective (shabbier, shabbiest) 1. having the appearance impaired by wear, use, etc.: shabby clothes. 2. wearing worn clothes; seedy. 3. making a poor appearance. 4. meanly ungenerous or unfair; contemptible, as persons,… …  

  • shabby — [ˈʃæbi] adj 1) old and in bad condition shabby clothes/furniture/buildings[/ex] 2) not fair or honest the government s shabby treatment of trade unions[/ex] shabbily adv …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • shabby — 1 Shabby, dilapidated, dingy, faded, seedy, threadbare refer to the appearance of persons and of things and mean showing signs of wear and tear. Shabby applies to persons and places and suggests a lack of freshness or newness in those items that… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • clothes — clothes, clothing, dress, attire, apparel, raiment are comparable when they denote a person s garments considered collectively. Clothes and clothing are general words which do not necessarily suggest a wearer or personal owner but sometimes a… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • shabby — ► ADJECTIVE (shabbier, shabbiest) 1) worn out or dilapidated. 2) dressed in old or worn clothes. 3) mean and unfair: a shabby trick. DERIVATIVES shabbily adverb shabbiness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • shabby — [[t]ʃæ̱bi[/t]] shabbier, shabbiest 1) ADJ GRADED Shabby things or places look old and in bad condition. His clothes were old and shabby... He walked past her into a tiny, shabby room. ...one of the shabbiest and poorest areas of London. Syn:… …   English dictionary

  • shabby — adjective 1 untidy and in a bad condition from being used for a long time: a shabby suit | shabby hotel rooms 2 wearing clothes that are old and worn: a shabby tramp 3 unfair and unkind: That s a shabby way to treat someone. | a shabby trick… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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