Similar words: derelict, affliction, dictionary order, diction, fiction, eviction, non-fiction, addiction. Meaning: [‚derɪ'lɪkʃn] n. 1. a tendency to be negligent and uncaring 2. willful negligence.
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1. He pleaded guilty to wilful dereliction of duty.
2. What you did was a grave dereliction of duty.
3. The previous owners had rescued the building from dereliction.
4. He was degraded from office for his dereliction of duty.
5. The police officers were found guilty of serious dereliction of duty.
6. This was a disgraceful dereliction of duty.
7. That is a gross dereliction of duty.
8. Agit-poppers constantly castigate pop for its dereliction of duty and its straying from being aligned.
9. It would be a dereliction of duty to talk to students only about firms, cheques, and the price of wheat.
10. The level of vandalism and dereliction should also be noted.
11. Marchant builds up a factual record of dereliction in Stepney with the intention of conveying a sense of loss.
12. The officer in charge was cleared of dereliction of duty.
13. Its dereliction over the past two years had been a constant topic of conversation.
14. More buildings were reclaimed from dereliction, more dormitories built for the resettlers flooding in daily, more facilities provided.
15. The old railway cottages were in a state of dereliction.
16. He was reduced to ordinary soldier due to a serious dereliction of duty.
17. To shift that burden to schools is a mistake, even a dereliction.
18. Red Men who failed to report for bedside duty with their stricken brother were fined a dollar for dereliction.
19. He should have been put up against a wall and shot, if you ask me, for dereliction of duty.
20. From her point of view, failure to act would be a dereliction of governmental duty.
21. Retirement at a time when the opposition was strong was seen by many among them as a dereliction of duty.
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22. Damp leaves, moist air and a faint atmosphere of dereliction made my riverside walk feel sadly autumnal.
23. It is striking how often nature thrives in the context of human negligence and industrial dereliction.
24. But one has to be careful, a piece of derelict land can be like a magnet in attracting further dereliction.
25. I wonder what my father would make of the River Rouge dereliction.
26. Historians note that the Royal Family has survived scandals, an abdication and dereliction of duty before.
27. At that time, the building could have been said to typify the dereliction of the whole London docks area.
28. The developers say the housing investment would offset the cost of rescuing the convent from dereliction.
29. Many parents, irrespective of class, must also stand condemned for similar dereliction of duty.
30. That it was erected, operated for a short while and then reverted to ignominious dereliction are all true.
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