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See definition of wrecker on Dictionary.com
  • as instrained
  • as intense
  • as infretful
  • as inanxious
  • as indestroyer
  • as inruination

synonyms for wrecker

  • constrained
  • labored
  • stiff
  • tense
  • tight
  • uneasy
  • choked
  • embarrassed
  • put
  • wired
  • wreck
  • artificial
  • at end of rope
  • awkward
  • difficult
  • false
  • farfetched
  • hard put
  • in a state
  • nervous wreck
  • self-conscious
  • strung out
  • taut
  • uncomfortable
  • unglued
  • unnatural
  • unrelaxed
  • uptight
See also synonyms for: wreckers
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antonyms for wrecker

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  • calm
  • comfortable
  • easy
  • easy-going
  • laid-back
  • loose
  • relaxed
  • slack
  • genuine
  • unforced
  • assured
  • unworried
  • calm
  • unfearful
  • quiet
  • happy
  • cool
  • bold
  • unwilling
  • peaceful
  • indifferent
  • content
  • collected
  • unconcerned
  • inattentive
  • unafraid
  • courageous
  • confident
  • composed
  • brave
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How to use wrecker in a sentence

He had been a smuggler, a wrecker, a pirate; his hand was red with blood, his soul dark with the soil of crime.
THE CORNWALL COASTARTHUR L. SALMON
In some places even a wrecker's foot-path down the bank lasts several years.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 14, NO. 86, DECEMBER, 1864VARIOUS
No; the vital defect of The Wrecker must be set down to Mr. Stevenson's account.
ADVENTURES IN CRITICISMSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
It makes no difference whether Whitmore was a home-wrecker or a man of the utmost probity.
THE SUBSTITUTE PRISONERMAX MARCIN
As our vessel was not noted for fast sailing, we accepted an invitation to go on board of a Wrecker.
AUDUBON AND HIS JOURNALS, VOL. 2MARIA R. AUDUBON
In their eyes Elias was a wrecker--the enemy of their Order and the destroyer of its high ideals.
SAINT BONAVENTUREREV. FR. LAURENCE COSTELLOE, O.F.M.
Over against it the goddess of Lacinium rears her head, with the towers of Caulon, and Scylaceum wrecker of ships.
THE AENEID OF VIRGILVIRGIL
The millionaire came readily to help; and it was with his money that the wrecker gang was to be fought.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 13 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
"Well, if you're so all-fired smart, you tell us a new one that has some ginger in it," growled Wrecker.
THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOYS OF GRIDLEYH. IRVING HANCOCK
There were tears in his eyes, all right, for an onion was one of the things that "Wrecker" Lane had brought from home.
THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOYS OF GRIDLEYH. IRVING HANCOCK
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