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done for, ruined, sunk, undone, washed-up.
totaled, flubbed, in need of repair, flawed, out of action, out of whack, in smithereens, out of kilter, beat-up, glitched, in poor condition, mucked up, no go, snafued.
inmost, subterranean, fathomless, subaqueous, under ground, downreaching.
had it, ausgespielt, packed up, packed-up.
doleful, heartsick, mopey, cast down, chapfallen, bummed out, down in dumps, down in the dumps, down-in-the-mouth, singing the blues.
helpless, hopeless, desperate, irredeemable, irremediable, unachievable, unmitigable, beyond recall, in despair, past hope.
kaput, non-functioning, nonfunctioning, belly up, out of circulation, down and out, on the skids, washed up, down the tubes, all washed up, belly-up, down for the count.
lowered, marked down.
done for, ruined, undone, unsuccessful, washed-up.
attenuated, debased, decreased, depressed, lowered.
come down, dropped, settled, Descended, Toppled, Tumbled, came down, fallen down, fell down, nose-dived, plummeted.
atrophied, collapsed, decayed, dilapidated, faded, lapsed, mouldered, putrefied, slumped, wilted, withered, worsened, Declined, Degenerated, Deteriorated, Ebbed, Regressed, Relapsed, Reverted, Sank, Slid, Slipped, Waned, downgraded, retrogressed, fallen apart, fell apart, gone downhill, got worse, gotten worse, tergiversated, went downhill.
departed, dissolved, evaporated, gone, hidden, melted, vanished, Disappeared, Evanesced, Fled, Went, Hid, flied.
dipped, drowned, dunked, engulfed, flooded, inundated, submerged, Bathed, Doused, Immersed, Plunged, Wallowed.
Examples of usage:
– In Luck at Last by Walter Besant
– The Golden Rock by Ernest Glanville
– The Journal Of A Mission To The Interior Of Africa, In The Year 1805 by Mungo Park
– The Clique of Gold by Emile Gaboriau
– The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell