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synonyms for wastings

  • anorexia
  • atrophy
  • attenuation
  • boniness
  • consumption
  • malnutrition
  • marasmus
  • skinniness
  • starvation
  • tabes
  • thinness
  • undernourishment
  • wasting
  • withering
  • haggardness
  • wasting away
  • bloodshed
  • butchery
  • crime
  • havoc
  • killing
  • mass murder
  • slaughter
  • slaying
  • warfare
  • annihilation
  • blitz
  • blood
  • butchering
  • extermination
  • gore
  • hecatomb
  • holocaust
  • homicide
  • liquidation
  • manslaughter
  • murder
  • offing
  • rapine
  • shambles
  • wasting
  • blood and guts
  • blood bath
  • search and destroy
  • taking out
  • wasting
  • burglary
  • crime
  • desecration
  • desolation
  • pillage
  • plunder
  • rapine
  • ravaging
  • robbery
  • sacking
  • spoliation
  • stealing
  • theft
  • despoiling
  • laying waste
  • marauding
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How to use wastings in a sentence

And while we go seek lodgings, I'll tell thee how thou shalt earn thy share of these coxcombs' wastings.
CAPTAIN RAVENSHAWROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
She sunk, by the slow wastings of grief, into a grave which probably does not record the name of its martyr of literature.
CALAMITIES AND QUARRELS OF AUTHORSISAAC DISRAELI
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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