|verfallen englanniksi||waste de, decompose de, expire de, resort de, decay de, derelict de, dilapidated de|
: That was a waste of time
: Her life seemed a waste
: The cage was littered with animal waste
*: SOo whanne syr Galahad was departed from the castel of maydens / he rode tyl he came to a waste forest / & there he mette with syre launcelot and syr Percyuale but they knewe hym not / for he was newe desguysed / Ryghte so syr launcelot his fader dressid his spere and brake it vpon syr Galahad
*: For centuries the shrine at Mecca had been of merely local importance, far outshone by the Temple of the Jews in Jerusalem, whose cult Christians had in good measure renewed by their pilgrimage in honour of Christs crucifixion and resurrection, while leaving the actual site of the Jerusalem Temple dishonoured and waste.
*: His heart became appalled as he gazed forward into the waste darkness of futurity.
*: Thou barren ground, whom winters wrath hath wasted, / Art made a mirror to behold my plight.
*: The Tiber / Insults our walls, and wastes our fruitful grounds.
*: until your carcasses be wasted in the wilderness
*: Wasted by such a course of life, the infirmities of age daily grew on him.
*: Full many a flower is born to blush unseen, / And waste its sweetness on the desert air.
: E. Kay (1822-1897), afterwards Lord Justice of Appeal, had rooms on the same staircase as myself, and we wasted a great deal of time together, both in term and in my second summer vacation. 1909. Francis Galton, Memories of my life, p. 69.
: ux|en|We wasted millions of dollars and several years on that project.
*: The barrel of meal shall not waste.
: The patient expired in hospital.
: My library card will expire next week.
*: Anatomy exhibits the lungs in a continual motion of inspiring and expiring air.
*: This chafed the boar; his nostrils flames expire.
*: Animals expire carbon and plants inspire it; plants expire oxygen and animals inspire it.
*: the expiring of cold out of the inward parts of the earth in winter
*: Expire the term / Of a despised life.
: to have resort to violence
*: Join with me to forbid him her resort.
*: far from all resort of mirth
*: "If further sorting is required, begin anew with opcode = 0. opcode = -3 may be set to build an index file following an initial sort with opcode set to 0, or a resort with opcode set to -1.
*: Some ... know the resorts and falls of business that cannot sink into the main of it.
*: I fancied at first the stuff was paraffin wax, and smashed the jar accordingly. But the odor of camphor was unmistakable. It struck me as singularly odd, that among the universal decay, this volatile substance had chanced to survive, perhaps through many thousand years.
: The pair loved to take pictures in the decaying hospital on forty-third street.
: 2009, Francis Lyall, Paul B. Larsen, Space Law: A Treatise, page 120:
*: Damaged on lift-off, Skylab was left in orbit until its orbit decayed.
: The cats body decayed rapidly.
*: Uranium decays to radium through a long series of steps with a cumulative half-life of 4.4 billion years.
: The extreme humidity decayed the wooden sculptures in the museums collection in a matter of years.
*: Infirmity, that decays the wise.
: There was a derelict ship on the island.
*: The affections which these exposed or derelict children bear to their mothers, have no grounds of nature or assiduity but civility and opinion.
*: They easily prevailed, so as to seize upon the vacant, unoccupied, and derelict minds of his friends; and instantly they turned the vessel wholly out of the course of his policy.
*: A government which is either unable or unwilling to redress such wrongs is derelict to its highest duties.
*: A rather pathetic figure, the Lady Frances, a beautiful woman, still in fresh middle age, and yet, by a strange chance, the last derelict of what only twenty years ago was a goodly fleet.
*: As they hunt, the Archers and Duval find many derelicts and neer-do-wells in many parts of Paris.
*: If theyre lazy derelicts and neer-do-wells shell eat em up. But shes waiting for real men — British to the bone —
*: We see the distinction at work when victims of natural disasters and terrorist attacks are treated more generously than derelicts and drug addicts.