[ UK /ɹˈuːɪnɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɹuɪnɪŋ/ ]
  1. destruction achieved by causing something to be wrecked or ruined
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How To Use ruining In A Sentence

  • And someone of considerable power and prestige like himtaking a career-ruiningride on the "anti-lobby" haywagon is the FIRST STEP in getting our government back .... Obama's First Big Mistake on the Job: Rescuing Sen. Joe Lieberman
  • The here and now is about sensual pleasure, and I don't want thoughts of love ruining that.
  • How can I stop powdery mildew ruining my soft fruits and vegetables? Times, Sunday Times
  • But collectively their mass migration is ruining the country's development prospects.
  • The game was played in dreadful conditions with driving rain and howling winds ruining the contest.
  • Suddenly her heel caught in the stairs and she tumbled down, head first, ruining her flowers and expensive hair do.
  • When a family loses someone close, all they have is the grave, it's their only comfort and it's a sickening thought that people out there are ruining graves.
  • Bush is apparently "well qualified" considering the state he left the US in after an unpaid for Iraq-war-4-oil and a collapsed economy!!!! kudos to GW Bush for ruining the USA!!! rumrunner Bush on Obama: 'This guy has no clue'
  • Keep talking after his face has pinched up in resentment and disgust, because you are RUINING his day and his BEER and his FUNNY. Valentines, part the first
  • Switzerland, Holland, and the Rhenish Confederation, formed the foundation of the Continental System, a term applicable to the sum total of the measures that aimed at ruining England by excluding her goods from the Continent. The Life of Napoleon I (Volume 2 of 2)
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