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adjective as in wrecked

adjective as in intoxicated

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A few hours later, news helicopters arrived to take video of the smashed vehicle, prompting Hodgkinson to turn on the local news.

Sensing his opportunity, Joey Biden pounced: “I walked up behind him and smashed his head next to the counter.”

Ten minutes after taking the pills, she reports that she “was really stoned, I mean, smashed.”

The rioters set fires, tipped cars, smashed windows, slashed tires, and started fistfights.

"I saw kids throwing bottles right at the officers and they smashed at their feet," Taylor said.

A wooden chair whizzed past my left ear and smashed into the steel door like a gunshot.

My father, who was a professional cricketer, was smashed up by an accident, and I had three horrible years in employment in shops.

Some cheap food was presented to the printer in the shape of potatoes, with which his windows were smashed.

He had had his jaw smashed but I have seen men pull longer faces at breaking a collar stud.

The "reach" went on with the forward axle, and the back wheels spun around, dashed across the road, and smashed into the fence.

I locked up the shop—but first I cut off all the power and got a pig and smashed up Dr. Hudson's coils and transformers.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to smashed, such as: broken, crumbled, crushed, demolished, destroyed, and mashed.

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