View definitions for demolished


adjective as in ruined

adjective as in smashed

adjective as in wrecked

Discover More

Example Sentences

The 50 passing touchdowns demolished the franchise record of 30 that had been held by Len Dawson since 1964.

Coronavirus patients often die alone, the usual rituals for observing death and processing grief demolished by social distancing protocols.

The dozer driver had been hired to demolish the house to make way for a parking lot, but the historical society was in negotiations with the Smithsonian Institution to save the Colonial building.

They just doubled-down on their investment in National Landing with the purchase of a Marriott hotel at PenPlace for $150 million that they plan to demolish to expand their office space.

I always try to keep in mind the events of April 19, 1995, when a truck bomber demolished the federal building in Oklahoma City.

The libertarians know Goldwater got demolished in 1964, right?

The majority of the slabs that constituted the wall were demolished and used for highway gravel.

One shell blast in the middle of the courtyard has demolished the grey brick cobblestones.

They dug, demolished, and dismantled The Cathedral brick by brick, looking for the leftovers of Escobar's fortune.

Half of the second story has been demolished and replaced by a small memorial building in the shape of a cross.

Almost every building in the city was more or less injured, many being utterly demolished.

Bruce demolished the castle; whether because it was of the old ineffective type, or because he had no means of holding it.

The first shot demolished the top gear of one of the ships, bringing down the men; and the other ships kept a safe distance.

He took them across the morass, about a mile wide, over a causeway of branches, which the rear demolished as they passed.

The first structures were so ridiculously disproportioned to his strength as to be demolished at once.


On this page you'll find 170 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to demolished, such as: busted, collapsed, cracked, crumbled, crushed, and damaged.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.