Not unlike the Oscars, the Razzies ceremony is a rickety mix of sharp wit, amateur dramatics, and musical pastiche.
We were staying in this cool, rickety, haunted hotel on Lake Michigan and just had an amazing time.
To get here, some have had to undertake long journeys on rickety buses or hitchhike on roads made unsafe at night by bandits.
There were taxis, called “hackneys,” which were rickety stagecoaches cast off by the rich and repurposed as transport for hire.
Two days later, a rickety wooden shack was attacked in a residential neighborhood.
Going up the passage I have mentioned above, and climbing a rickety stair, I found myself in a room containing a couple of clerks.
The steward crossed the place to examine under the rickety stairs.
The devil take the rags, the rickety huts, the straw litters and the black bread!
I—I—I—how dare you, sir, give me such a rickety eggshell and call it a boat?'
The furniture consisted of a few bent-hardwood chairs and a rickety table covered with a gaudy cloth.