and then often in ruined words
front endpaper/foredge (detail, sw)
The Journal of Medical Research XVI (New Series, XI; March to July 1907)
Harvard copy, digitized May 4, 2007
same at archive.org (minus the glitch)
...what locals understand as derelict, ruinous, pieces of landscape not ordinarily mentioned aloud and then often in ruined words...
— John R. Stilgoe, What is Landscape? (2015) : 77
derelict; ruinous; en passant; non sequitur; fore-edge glitch; J. R. Stilgoe