One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the bright paint was looking somewhat the worse for wear’
shabby, run down, worn out, falling to pieces, falling apart, dilapidated, rickety, ramshackle, crumbling, decayed, antiquated, superannuated, decrepit, on its last legs, battered
untidy, unkempt, bedraggled, messy, dishevelled, ungroomed, ill-groomed
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