destructively destructively


  • (adv) in a destructive manner


  1. They become free but only wildly, self-destructively so -- free to drive off the ends of the earth.
  2. And that power can either be used creatively or destructively.
  3. At the mike, in the van, at the airport, she goes self-destructively, picturesquely nuts.


  1. Researchers overcome show-stopping problems with ferroelectric RAM

    Researchers have found a way to read ferroelectric memory non-destructively, overcoming a major problem with the platform. Could this clear the way to a replacement for NAND or even DRAM?
    on June 14, 2013     Source: ExtremeTech

  2. Jose Valverde has likely thrown away his second chance with the Tigers

    Last autumn's bullpen nightmare has revisited the Tigers, who are no doubt wondering if the Jose Valverde experiment is finally, and destructively, history.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Detroit News

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