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creaky showing disrepair or neglect. [1/2 definitions]
default failure to take positive action; neglect. [1/14 definitions]
dilapidate to let (something) go to ruin or decay, as by neglect, or to become ruined or decayed.
dilapidated fallen into disrepair or decay, esp. from neglect or overuse.
disoblige to neglect to tend to, or to go against the wishes of. [1/2 definitions]
fail to neglect or omit to do something important or required. [1/10 definitions]
forfeit something demanded or given up as a penalty for neglect, misdeeds, or other failure to act as required by law, contract, or rules. [3/6 definitions]
forget to neglect inadvertently because of lack of attention (often fol. by an infinitive). [2/10 definitions]
go to rack and ruin to become dilapidated, as through neglect; decay.
inattention lack of attentiveness; neglect.
languish to suffer in a state of neglect or indifference. [1/3 definitions]
limbo1 a condition or position of neglect, oblivion, or uncertainty. [1/2 definitions]
neglectful tending to neglect; careless or negligent (often fol. by of).
negligence disregard of, omission of, or failure to do something necessary; carelessness or neglect, esp. when it is habitual. [1/2 definitions]
negligent guilty of neglecting, or tending to neglect. [1/2 definitions]
omit to not include (something) through neglect or by decision; leave out. [2 definitions]
pretermit to overlook or neglect.
remiss characterized by neglect or carelessness. [1/2 definitions]
rust any impairment or deterioration through disuse or neglect, as of ability or morals. [2/6 definitions]
rusty impaired or deteriorated by disuse or neglect; out of practice. [1/3 definitions]
slack1 to be remiss about or neglect; shirk. [1/11 definitions]