devastating

[ dev-uh-stey-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF devastating

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVASTATING

If people seldom cry it has a devastating effect on their appearance when they do.

Israel was the evil one for whose sin they suffered this devastating plague.

Remote as many of these jungles are, the plumage hunter is devastating them already.

Sometimes it was intermittent, and came down in devastating floods.

That is a sample of the character of that devastating march.

The plague was not in Bombay then, but it is devastating the city now.

No one who had not seen it could imagine the devastating fury of that storm.

The march inland of the rabbit was like that of a devastating army.

For them it is entertainment, and as such it is devastating.

At the worst, if they do lose me, its not a devastating loss.

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