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Spell check of shabby

Correct spelling: shabby

Synonyms:
homeless, tacky, pitiful, contemptible, unkempt, stale, threadbare, stingy, grubby, grungy, raggedy, unclean, impoverished, bereft, dusty, dirty, meretricious, trashy, rundown, vile, down-and-out, disgusting, tattered, infamous, nasty, dilapidated, infectious, foul, new, embarrassed, tatty, generous, moth-eaten, unkind, grimy, lousy, mercenary, bedraggled, filthy, decrepit, penniless, insalubrious, low-grade, scatological, messy, repugnant, festering, sleazy, garish, mucky, careless, neglected, neglectful, dingy, timeworn, cheap, despicable, scrubby, squalid, poverty-stricken, murky, busted, destitute, gaudy, scruffy, loud, dishonourable, worn, toxic, poor, nefarious, loathsome, fetid, rude, faded, detestable, sloppy, better, down-at-the-heels, broken-down, muddy, meager, rotten, decaying, low, wretched, dishonorable, icky, kindly, second-class, mothy, decayed, ragged, tawdry, abominable, sordid, inferior, flash, common, bankrupt, dumpy, obscene, septic, seedy, paltry, low-quality, disheveled, offensive, distressed, brassy, mangy, slovenly, noble, worn-out, obnoxious, frayed, cold, crummy, run-down, down-at-heel, impure, miserable, miserly, pauper, second-rate, substandard, have-not, defiled, thoughtless, unsanitary, tatterdemalion, ratty, bombed-out, good, odious, flashy, mediocre, despisable, abhorrent, beggarly, selfish, beat-up, gimcrack, hand-to-mouth, tumbledown, shoddy, dog-eared, putrid, antipathetic, smutty, penurious, mean, neat, untidy.

Antonyms:
honourable, brand-new, honorable, patched, maintained, new, unused, cared-for, spruce, spiffy, smart, kept-up, fresh, reconstructed, spick-and-span, mended, rebuilt.

Examples of usage:

1) She had now five dollars and a few cents in her little shabby purse. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

2) Another glance at his clothing carried her a little farther along the same line of thought, for his garments were old and shabby and faded by the weather. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) I feel it's rather shabby to promise a favor and then hand on the work to you, but in this case I'm helpless. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

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