devastate[ dev-uh-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF devastate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVASTATE
The gale hurried on to devastate fresh fields and pastures new.
Of what use to him would it be to devastate this little realm?
That stream when it overfloods will devastate its borders and destroy its bridges.
He grants us lands for pastures and abodes To devastate them by his iron roads.
Let her arise, not to devastate and to conquer, but to reëstablish the reign of peace and law.
In a single night they devastate a field of cotton, manioc, or sugar-cane.
He shouted, Ive got a chocolate stick, too, and Im going to devastate that!
It had never entered her thoughts that death could devastate her home.
They now break the peace, and devastate the lands of the Mercians.
They devastate the kingdom of the Mercians and drive out all the free men.