(comparative more decrepitly, superlative most decrepitly)
- In a decrepit way.
decrepit + -ly
Variant of decrepit
broken down or worn out by old age, illness, or long use
Origin of decrepitMiddle English and amp; Old French ; from Classical Latin decrepitus ; from de-, intensive + crepitus, past participle of crepare, to creak, rattle (in Late Latin to burst, die): see craven