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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwashed-upˌwashed-ˈup adjective  FAILif a person or an organization is washed-up, they will never be successful again a washed-up movie star
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washed-upThis talented, if washed-up musician wasn't harbouring Rose - though he might know of her whereabouts.Hoffman plays a washed-up news reporter who just happens to find himself in the museum when the action goes down.a washed-up rock bandHayman had implicit trust in his hit-men, especially against some one he regarded as an old, rusty, washed-up veteran.
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