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See definition of wreckers on Dictionary.com
  • as indestroyer
  • as inruination

synonyms for wreckers

  • bomber
  • Cancer
  • annihilator
  • assassin
  • chemotherapy
  • despoiler
  • eradicator
  • executioner
  • exterminator
  • firebrand
  • iconoclast
  • pillager
  • poison
  • radiation
  • savage
  • slaughterer
  • vandal
  • wrecker
  • demolisher
  • ransacker
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How to use wreckers in a sentence

Wreckers, I replied; that we left our vessel outside, and had come in for water and provisions.
FAMOUS ADVENTURES AND PRISON ESCAPES OF THE CIVIL WARVARIOUS
There were insurance men, wreckers with plans and projects, sightseers, stockholders—and one visitor was Captain Zoradus Wass.
BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
George Jolliffe was among the earliest of these wreckers; but in his mind the face and form of that old man were vividly present.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, NO. IX.--FEBRUARY, 1851.--VOL. II.VARIOUS
Well, in due course the wreckers came up to lift the tug-boat, and Atkinson (who cannot swim either) directed the job.
CAREERS OF DANGER AND DARINGCLEVELAND MOFFETT
To this request every hand was held up, whereupon Mac took his post at the head of the wreckers.
THE CAMBRIAN SKETCH-BOOKR. RICE DAVIES
Hence, when they saw the wreckers approaching they placed themselves on the defensive, and patiently awaited the attack.
THE CAMBRIAN SKETCH-BOOKR. RICE DAVIES
The usual haunts of the wreckers were repeatedly searched, their dwellings were watched, and even guarded night and day.
THE CAMBRIAN SKETCH-BOOKR. RICE DAVIES
Having fastened himself to this, the wreckers heard him beseeching them, in most piteous cries to come and help him.
THE CAMBRIAN SKETCH-BOOKR. RICE DAVIES
The duties of the "Marion," having been performed, intimation of our intended departure reached the Wreckers.
AUDUBON AND HIS JOURNALS, VOL. 2MARIA R. AUDUBON
Once upon a time the Cornish men were noted for being heartless wreckers.
A YACHT VOYAGE ROUND ENGLANDW.H.G. KINGSTON
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