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in bad condition and therefore weak and likely to break: Careful! That chair's a bit rickety. She slowly climbed the rickety wooden steps. figurative The recession put a lot of strain on an already rickety economic system. in bad condition or weak and therefore likely to break: a rickety old chair
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  • in bad condition and therefore weak and likely to break: Careful! That chair's a bit rickety. She slowly climbed the rickety wooden steps. figurative The recession put a lot of strain on an already rickety economic system.
  • in bad condition or weak and therefore likely to break: a rickety old chair

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