Related (11): decomposed, decayed, dilapidated, deteriorated, weathered, worn-out, broken-down, crumbled, shattered, fragmented, undone
[dēˈkrəpəˌtāt] ✕ Play
decrepitated (past tense) · decrepitated (past participle)
- (of a crystal or an inclusion of something within a crystal) disintegrate audibly when heated.
Synonymssizzle, crackle, fizz, hiss, spit, sputter, crack, snap, fry, cook, crepitate, Wikipedia
"Decrepitated" Example Sentences
Common Phases1. The ancient pottery was decrepitated; its shards lay scattered among the ruins.
2. The old building had decrepitated over the years, leaving it in a state of disrepair.
3. The rock sample was decrepitated under intense heat, revealing its mineral composition.
4. The once-prosperous town had decrepitated due to a lack of investment and economic decline.
5. The wooden pier had decrepitated over time, making it unsafe for public use.
6. The old book had decrepitated into a pile of dust, making it impossible to read.
7. The abandoned car had decrepitated in the elements, becoming a rusty shell.
8. The antique clock had decrepitated, making it unusable and needing extensive repairs.
9. The once-lush garden had decrepitated due to neglect and lack of care.
10. The historic artifact had decrepitated over time, requiring restoration to preserve its historical value.
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