destructive : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis truhk tiv

  • a  causing destruction or much damage
    a policy that is destructive to the economy
    destructive criticism

  • Take a look at the most financially destructive weather events in American history.
  • In my time reporting around the globe, I have witnessed the destructive power of the press but also its ability to enable peace and reform.
  • But her mind and spirit spiral into disarray as her behavior becomes more destructive and self-destructive.
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  • Barack Obama in BBC News
    These bombings serve no purpose other than the murder of innocent men, women and children, and they only reveal the hateful and destructive agenda of those who would deny the Iraqi people the future that they deserve,Mr Obama said in a statement.

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