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  • Thus knowledge can present a division in a relationship and may be destructive.
  • They are opposed to another group of seven who are evil and destructive.
  • This was a destructive process because the original recording was recorded over.
  • While fire was often described as being destructive, light was given a positive spiritual meaning.
  • The broken shell wall continued mainly forward but had little destructive effect.
  • This results in control over an extremely powerful sort of destructive force.
  • In the letter, he announced his commitment to social change through non-destructive means.
  • It was about the destructive social effects of poverty in his home town.
  • He felt that the decision had been a mistake and destructive of the long term national interest.
  • Some fire fighting tactics may appear to be destructive, but often serve specific needs.
  • But I will say with new destructive weapons that will destroy you.
  • Because of these destructive raids, many records of the past were destroyed and lost.
  • She can also use her powers in a destructive manner by teleporting only parts of objects.
  • The fire would be called the most destructive fire in the history of Seattle.
  • None of these fall under the term conventional weapons which are primarily effective due to their destructive potential.
  • Australian shepherds can become extremely destructive if their energy is not directed in a positive way.
  • Some of the most destructive severe weather events in USA history have occurred during the secondary season.
  • Although the winds often have a destructive nature, they have some benefits as well.
  • In its more destructive aspects, the shadow can represent those things which people do not accept about themselves.
  • The play does put forth less destructive definition of manhood towards the end.
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Meaning of destructive

  • adjective Causing destruction or much damage
    a policy that is destructive to the economy, destructive criticism