Synonyms of shabby in English:

shabby


See definition of shabby

adjective

1‘a shabby little bar in Paddington’

SYNONYMS
run down, down at heel, scruffy, uncared-for, neglected, dilapidated, in disrepair, ramshackle, tumbledown
dingy, seedy, slummy, insalubrious, squalid, sordid, mean, wretched, miserable
informal crummy, scuzzy, tacky, grungy, shambly, beat-up
British informal grotty
North American informal shacky
ANTONYMS

smart, upmarket

2‘an old lady in a shabby grey coat’

SYNONYMS
scruffy, well worn, worn, old, worn out, threadbare, moth-eaten, mangy, ragged, frayed, tattered, battered, decrepit, having seen better days, falling apart at the seams
faded, dowdy
dirty, grubby
informal tatty, ratty, the worse for wear
North American informal raggedy, raggedy-ass
Australian informal warby
rare out at elbows
ANTONYMS

new, in good condition

3‘it's pretty hard to come to terms with Angela's shabby treatment of Rick’

SYNONYMS
contemptible, despicable, dishonourable, disreputable, discreditable, mean, mean-spirited, base, low, dirty, shameful, sorry, ignoble, unfair, unworthy, ungenerous, unkind, ungentlemanly, cheap, shoddy, unpleasant, nasty
informal rotten, low-down, hateful
British informal beastly
vulgar slang shitty
archaic scurvy
ANTONYMS

decent, honourable