demolishing

[ US /dɪˈmɑɫɪʃɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪmˈɒlɪʃɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. complete destruction of a building
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How To Use demolishing In A Sentence

  • Yet more are removing rubbish, refurbishing hotels and demolishing or concealing unsightly buildings. Times, Sunday Times
  • The example proved that reducing cut - depth for demolishing building based on blasting method is applicable.
  • Demolishing slum areas and constructing apartment buildings for former slum dwellers has never been a success in helping the poor.
  • He can't nip off to the pub without someone demolishing first his house and then his planet.
  • The promptness of the administration when it comes to demolishing our houses and arresting us is admirable.
  • The plans include converting a barn into two homes, transforming another barn into two garages and demolishing other agricultural buildings.
  • Bleak as it is, it is not the book of a disenchanter; and in writing it Crace was not simply proclaiming his adherence to a scientifically informed world view or crudely demolishing the concept of an afterlife. Homo Erectus
  • He was known to be a terror for demolishing opponents in public disputations.
  • Access to the cash that power brings, completely deranged and satisfying “investigations” that both dehumanize the opposition and give that warm fuzzy feeling of standing up for “principle” (no one is above the law — even, or especially those who have done nothing in its violation) and, best of all, they get to go on demolishing any hope of using government power to solve any actual problem out there. Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » Search and destroy
  • A strong case would have to be made for demolishing it, but it is certainly both possible and desirable. Times, Sunday Times
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