debacle

[ dey-bah-kuhl, -bak-uhl, duh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF debacle

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The next subject upon which I thought I might tackle him was the “Debacle.”

The debacle of Russia was ever before the eyes of these nations.

Some place in that debacle there lay his own responsibility.

How long would it be before we reached this stage of debacle?

That was one way of putting it, but both Joe and the newscaster who had covered the debacle knew the reality of the situation.

The initial bitterness which followed the debacle of 1955 had passed, we were glad to see.

Bruce Gordon looked at the debacle left behind the drunken, looting mob.

In the early 1840's, shortly after the debacle of the beaver trade, a strong surge of immigration from the States to Oregon began.

At last they have me, these English, may have been his thought that evening as he spurred his horse out of the debacle.

Such a debacle is quite needless, provided some fundamental principles and practices are understood and followed.

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