debris

[ duh-bree, dey-bree or, esp. British, deb-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF debris

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBRIS

Selected water as the spot for his fall, and was not picked up with the debris.

Until then the stream had followed the street; but the debris that encumbered it deflected the course.

As she spoke she stepped forward and stumbled over the debris at the door.

In the corner Nasha struggled to free herself from the debris.

From the overhanging rocks, too, debris falls as a result of "weathering."

There was a great heap of debris on the floor, and this the boys attacked with a vim.

The ground trembled and debris filled the air with flying fragments.

There were people about, rooting through the debris, or patrolling in groups.

It was a boiling brown flood, covered with drifting foam and debris.

The next thing he knew was that he was being hauled from below some debris.

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