wrecking

[ US /ˈɹɛkɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛkɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. destruction achieved by causing something to be wrecked or ruined
  2. the event of a structure being completely demolished and leveled
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How To Use wrecking In A Sentence

  • No longer will I worry about favorites wrecking their seasons with three bad games.
  • The crew took the Pacific Emerald for wrecking but the second part of the settlement was never honoured.
  • Humans are the most destructive, filthy, pollutive creatures around and are wrecking what's left of the planet with their false morals and breeding culture. James Lee, Discovery Hostage Taker, Has List Of Demands That Is Hilarious And Crazy
  • Goldman Sachs was a key player in wrecking our economy and causing thousands of Arkansans to lose their jobs and their homes. Lincoln will not return Goldman Sachs donations
  • I found myself rooting for Tamara to reconnect in the deepest way with handsome Andy, her childhood friend — Luke Evans makes him a son of the soil who would have had Hardy's vote — and I was shocked by her home-wrecking exploits with a fatuous scrivener, though her heedlessness is exactly the point. A Grownup Look at Lennon as a 'Boy'
  • The seashore inhabitants gained some recompense by resorting to wrecking, a tradition which lasted well into the 19th cent., and by their own privateering and smuggling.
  • TWC has, since its in inception as Wrekin District Council in 1974 (aka Wrecking District Council) been known as an officer ridden authority. Revenge of the Telford penguins?
  • In this vile composition lie accusations of unjustness, vitriol, manipulation, and home wrecking.
  • Today's standard demolition equipment does not include a wrecking ball but rather a hydraulic excavator with such attachments as grapples, shears, hammers, and concrete crushers.
  • At first it was the cultural capital of punk cred that she was building up and wrecking, and now it's marketability.
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