disjasked

or dis·jas·ket, dis·jas·kit

[dis-jas-kit]

adjective Scot.

dilapidated; decayed; broken.

Nearby words

  1. disinvent,
  2. disinvest,
  3. disinvestment,
  4. disinvite,
  5. disinvolvement,
  6. disject,
  7. disjecta membra,
  8. disjoin,
  9. disjoined,
  10. disjoint

Origin of disjasked

First recorded in 1810–20; perhaps alteration of dejected

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