shattered

[ US /ˈʃætɝd/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈætəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. ruined or disrupted
    a tattered remnant of its former strength
    our shattered dreams of peace and prosperity
    my torn and tattered past
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How To Use shattered In A Sentence

  • Rescue teams worked desperately to restore utilities in the area shattered by the hurricane.
  • The nearby street was littered with shattered vehicles, pieces of glass, bricks, mangled steel and scraps of clothing.
  • This creates an illusion that is shattered whenever adverse effects however rare are brought to light.
  • But I go nightclubbing, I dance, I really enjoy it and I try not to worry, although I know the next day I'm going to be absolutely shattered.
  • At times, however, music of great austerity and purity is shattered by painful, pounding discords.
  • They had to spend at least 18 months living in rented accommodation while their shattered homes were rebuilt.
  • The stores that faced out into the streets did so with wide, gaping maws created by the shattered state of their glass windows.
  • it would have shattered in flinders long before it did that damage
  • Ash was now falling on to the ships, darker and denser the closer they went, together with pieces of pumice and rocks that were blackened and shattered by fire.
  • It showed the twisted remains of a wrecked car, a shattered windshield, and a small body face down, arms and legs wildly akimbo.
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