downfallen

down·fall·en

 (doun′fô′lən)
adj.
Fallen, as from high position; ruined.
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downfallen

(ˈdaʊnˌfɔːlən)
adj
1. (of a building, etc) decrepit
2. chiefly US (of a person) ruined; fallen
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Beginning with an explanation about how fear of the dead was introduced to civilization, mostly through Christian churches, Curran explains the concept of purgatory as a way the church could obtain major money: relatives had to pay the priest to pray for the downfallen dead to insure the dead didn't go down below.
But if rendering accessible and current to African children the realm of the Judeo-Christian God's downfallen angel, Lucifer, as Chaka was taboo, perhaps due to segregationist bias rather than concerns about potential blasphemy, then recasting Chaka's story in the resonant, distant image of Sundiata is an even bolder move, on Mofolo's part.
THEY say that sorry is the hardest word, but yesterday as the quartet of downfallen banking giants were hauled before a pack of angry MPs, it seemed the most difficult thing for them to do was to admit any guilt for what has gone on.
Ironically the downfallen Mr Chichester had been ordered by Mr Cameron to get a grip on the European Parliament expenses regime and had already introduced a new code of conduct for the Tory members in Brussels.
Indeed, Mariana, a good Spanish Augustinian and Tacitist, was imbued with the pessimism rooted in the downfallen state of mankind.
To protect their reputations as good daughters and honorable women and to avoid becoming downfallen Guadalupes, unmarried female migrants sustained a semblance of Kuchmil's gendered division of labor by not venturing into the public domain of the service industry and instead working in the private sphere of the household.
But it tends to distrust professionals and associates them with the downfallen Ba'th party, membership of which was necessary for advancement in most careers.
The resulting amount of downfallen material is evidently greater than that of the rock fall registered on the Pakri Cape at the end of 2003.
In addition, there is a past participle downfall used adjectivally in I will lift the downfall Mortimer (1H4 1.3.133, where Q has down-trod) and our downfall birthdom (Mac 4.3.4), sometimes represented as downfallen in modern editions.
No - that's not really fair, for Hadlee played a central role in his own downfall; if, that is, you can be said to have downfallen when you've taken nine for 52 against Australia.
It was also, so it seems, easy to interpret: the column symbolizes thwarted ambition, downfallen pride, the delusions of vanity: Memento uninscribed of Pride o'erthrown, Vanity's hieroglyphic;--a choice trope In fortune's rhetoric.