Dick knew Captain Handlee as an old soldier, who lived in a tumble-down house on the outskirts of the village.
This tumble-down, six-roomed cottage was to be the saving of the family.
From Voudrin's tumble-down shanty Sturgeon Lake was nearly a hundred miles southwest.
Didcot with its Banbury cakes and tumble-down station is passed.
The roofs of the strange, dirty, tumble-down houses were packed thickly below her.
A tumble-down place I found it, but I was overjoyed to be in it, nevertheless.
I hope you will appreciate my devotion; in a tumble-down old house, near the ramparts.
They came to a tumble-down barn, but she was too cold and wet to stop where there was no fire.
A forlorn pair with a multiplicity of forlorn children lived in a tumble-down house about half a mile from the grove.
I am stifled in these narrow streets, amid these tumble-down houses, amid these alleys.