devastation

[ dev-uh-stey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF devastation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVASTATION

Or it may be “llwyv,” an elm tree, in reference to the devastation of the groves just mentioned.

Again, as to the devastation of Hellenic territory or the burning of houses, what is to be the practice?

And now as he went he saw to it that the devastation was completed along the line of march.

Memory of the storm, the fire, of the devastation of her home.

The devastation and suffering ashore was also very terrible.

For Cruachan had looked down on the devastation of the enemy.

Early the next morning Barker saw the devastation and the causes thereof.

Already the devastation of the summer was beginning to be apparent.

They passed the smouldering sites of many former villages, where only melancholy scenes of devastation met the eye.

The policy of the English is now to resume the war of devastation, and the army is ordered into South Carolina.

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