adjective, shab·bi·er, shab·bi·est.
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Origin of shabby
OTHER WORDS FROM shabbyshab·bi·ly, adverbshab·bi·ness, nounun·shab·bi·ly, adverbun·shab·by, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for shabbier
But toward the end of the season the Beans got shabbier than ever.Torchy As A Pa|Sewell Ford
I could have borne with his being thinner and older; but that he should be shabbier wrung my heart.The High Heart|Basil King
Life at the South was at once grander and shabbier, than in New England.The Colonial Cavalier|Maud Wilder Goodwin
But now here it came, its music swelling, the crowd--shabbier than last month and more vacant of face--parting before it.Kincaid's Battery|George W. Cable
But in 1799 there were no shabbier Democrats than those of Connecticut.