destructible destructible


  • (adj) easily destroyed


  1. Browse through, vote for your favorites and take a minute while doing so to contemplate what the world would be like without its most remarkable and destructible places.
  2. The destructible environments, the smoke in the air, the audio, the detail, the kickass AI -- it's like you're going to fall through the screen, it looks that good.
  3. Its endearing score is in destructible, and the new production is finely cast and admirably polished.



  1. "I did. He's a wonderful combination of indestructible and totally destructible at the same time," Piven said. "It's a culmination of all the work coming together this year in the way that he finally merges these two companies, gets the power...
    on Jun 17, 2010 By: Jeremy Piven Source: Los Angeles Times (blog)

  2. "The money that was put in went into improvements that are not destructible," Gartner said. "We're not going to have to buy a new scoreboard. We're not going to have to build a new back entrance." "We're not going to have to build a...
    on Jun 12, 2008 By: Michael Gartner Source:

  3. "Those who harbour deadly identities in the Arab world may discover that as much as they wish to withdraw from the world and from their times, they are deadly not to the other but to themselves; nothing is as self-destructible as the decision to let...
    on Aug 30, 2006 By: Amin Maalouf Source: HardNews Magazine

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