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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisuseddis‧used /ˌdɪsˈjuːzd◂/ adjective [usually before noun]  a disused building, railway, mine etc is no longer used
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disusedValleys in the Yorkshire Dales are scattered with dozens of these field barns, virtually all disused.There was no bubbling of water from inside, and the culvert seemed to be disused and silted up with debris.They have been given a grant to convert the disused church into luxury flats.Seven people were arrested for public order offences at the illegal party, whiCH was held in a disused colliery near Cinderford.Home territory is the disused runway at the Dalton Barracks in Abingdon.The organisation wants to turn the disused school into a community centre offering religious, educational and leisure facilities.I parted some grass and wondered why Cawthorne had bothered to run electric and telephone cables to a disused toilet for farmhands.A disused Victorian toilet block has just gone up for sale.The drugs were found in a disused warehouse.
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