destroyed : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  do away with, cause the destruction or undoing of
    The fire destroyed the house
  • v  destroy completely; damage irreparably
  • v  defeat soundly
  • v  put (an animal) to death
    The customs agents destroyed the dog that was found to be rabid
  • a  spoiled or ruined or demolished
    war left many cities destroyed
    Alzheimer's is responsible for her destroyed mind
  • s  destroyed physically or morally

  • Hayden said the tapes were destroyed to protect the identities of the CIA interrogators from members of al-Qaeda and other terrorists who might try to retaliate.
  • Indeed, the man who ordered the tapes destroyed is certainly familiar with the case that agency employees view as one of the worst political betrayals of an operative.
  • By Tuesday, it had destroyed 500 homes and injured seven firefighters and two civilians.
News & Articles


  • Sanders in Forbes
    I've lost my history,Sanders said. "All the work I've done for the past 30 years, it's all destroyed."
  • Joel Quenneville in Toronto Star
    I think we witnessed probably the worst call in the history of sports there,Quenneville said after the game. "Nothing play. ...... They ruined a good hockey game and absolutely destroyed what was going on the ice. ...... Never seen...
  • Dick DeGuerin in Austin American-Statesman
    The present insolvency of the Stanford Companies was caused by the SEC's heavy-handed actions, which have destroyed, and continue to destroy, much of the value of the Stanford Companies and consequently, the interests of investors,DeGuerin said.

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