[ uhn-ri-pair ]
/ ˌʌn rɪˈpɛər /
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lack of repair; disrepair; dilapidation: in a state of unrepair.
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OTHER WORDS FROM unrepairun·re·paired, adjective
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How to use unrepair in a sentence
A portion of it was still unrepaired, and this they penetrated without difficulty.
They had examined the place at their leisure, passing through an unrepaired breach of one of the walls.
Nor were his losses of military equipments and stores unrepaired.Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican Vol. 1 of 2|Brantz Mayer
The clothes are of a material so tough that they can be worn unrepaired for more than eighty years.
Leaks unstopped, broken windows unrepaired, and vermin unrestrained, soon make them unfit for habitation.Usury|Calvin Elliott
British Dictionary definitions for unrepair
/ (ˌʌnrɪˈpɛə) /
a less common word for disrepair
Derived forms of unrepairunrepaired, adjective
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