Toward Castle The castle now ruinous was the principal castle of the Lamont family.
Why, no, you ruinous butt; you whoreson indistinguishable cur, no.
But for the biggest, potentially ruinous, buys of our lives, most of us are poorly advised lambs ready to be fleeced.
Now largely ruinous, the south gate still shows the slot for the portcullis on the west side.
A structure in the countryside that is so ruinous that it has to be substantially or entirely re-built will not be suitable.
Its professed aim is to save the environment, but its practical effect in many instances may be ruinous for poor countries.
In Leland 's time, Appleby was but a poor village, having a ruinous castle, wherein the prisoners were kept.
The castle could have given them no shelter being in its ruinous state.
Iraq and Iran blame each other for their ruinous war and each sees the outcome as a victory.
It is the opposite of Oxfam 's emphasis on the path of ruinous competition between countries seeking market access.
The inner court contains a range of ruinous buildings dating from the 12th to the 16th century, including Leicester 's Building.
The 10 th Earl had removed the roof in 1746, allowing the property to become ruinous (Coventry, 2001).
But sanctions offer an easy scapegoat for ruinous economic policies: economic pain is simply blamed on hostile and ill-intentioned foreigners.
These are the five besetting sins of a general, ruinous to the conduct of war.
The magnificently situated Urquhart Castle, on the banks of Loch Ness, remains an impressive stronghold despite its ruinous state.
By 1887 the church was in an almost ruinous condition.