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We invented a trusted magical figure, turned him into a home wrecker, and pump those lyrics into the backseat all December long.

“I remember these kids coming up to me and calling me a ‘home-wrecker,’” Cardellini told The Daily Beast.

I remember these kids coming up to me and calling me a “home-wrecker,” and so I had flashes of that going into my role on Mad Men.

He had been a smuggler, a wrecker, a pirate; his hand was red with blood, his soul dark with the soil of crime.

In some places even a wrecker's foot-path down the bank lasts several years.

No; the vital defect of The Wrecker must be set down to Mr. Stevenson's account.

It makes no difference whether Whitmore was a home-wrecker or a man of the utmost probity.

As our vessel was not noted for fast sailing, we accepted an invitation to go on board of a Wrecker.


On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wrecker, such as: bomber, annihilator, assassin, cancer, chemotherapy, and despoiler.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.