demolished

[ US /dɪˈmɑɫɪʃt/ ]
[ UK /dɪmˈɒlɪʃt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. torn down and broken up
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How To Use demolished In A Sentence

  • The Norman refectory or "frater" was demolished in 1246, and the new one begun. Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Gloucester [2nd ed.] A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Espicopal See
  • But wait, above the old medicine cabinet from the house next door that we bought and demolished to build our garage, more mossiness has appeared. Returns « Fairegarden
  • The flashes were like an irregular stroboscope and the rumbling was like an enormous building was being demolished nearby. This weekend...
  • The last of the turkey has been demolished, the new toys lie in a corner and the Christmas tree is shedding its needles at a rate of knots.
  • She happily green-lighted zoning changes to allow a few small cottages to be demolished and replaced by impressive mansions.
  • As each of his arguments is demolished he moves on to another.
  • Houses have been demolished and replaced with flats and it seems the era of when everyone got their milk from the milkman is slowly fading.
  • The original building was demolished, and a four-storey shop and a number of apartments were built in its place.
  • the hurricane demolished houses in its path
  • It's in a former mews street, half of which is being demolished - and where the other new infill buildings are absolute rubbish.
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