wreckage

[ rek-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF wreckage

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WRECKAGE

So surely from out of the wreckage and passion a new woman will arise.

He would get his friends together, and they would plan to save what they could from the wreckage.

The cable that ran from it was entangled with the wreckage of the derrick, but it had not been cut.

He set to work to gather up the wreckage of the tent and outfit.

And the wreckage of their size-change mechanisms was strewn among them.

The storm was gone; only its wreckage lay in the still room within.

If only that were so to fall out, I might yet contrive to mend the wreckage of my life.

Stan went over the wreckage and cut in between the other two Jerries.

Behind them they left the wreckage of eleven Messerschmitts and Focke-Wulfs.

But not only wreckage of this character is borne upon the flood.

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