Definition of warby in English:

warby

adjective

Australian
informal
  • Shabby or decrepit:

    ‘a warby, unshaven young man’
    shabby, well worn, worn, worn to shreds, threadbare, tattered, in tatters, in ribbons, in rags, in holes, holey, falling to pieces, falling apart at the seams, ragged, frayed, patched, moth-eaten, faded, seedy, shoddy, sorry, scruffy, dilapidated, crumbling, broken-down, run down, tumbledown, decrepit, deteriorated, on its last legs, having seen better days, time-worn
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Origin

1920s: probably from warb larva of the warble fly + -y.

Pronunciation:

warby

/ˈwɔːbi/