devastate

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  • Once they arrived, they found themselves in a country devastated by war.
  • He was like a brother to me and I was devastated when he died.
  • He was devastated as he had also lost his entire software library.
  • This news devastates them both, because it will mean the end of their relationship.
  • They find the ship devastated and all of the crew dead.
  • It had never entered her thoughts that death could devastate HER home. Cited from An Ambitious Man, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • By the twenty-third century the planet has been devastated by previous wars.
  • For the good part of four months the couple remained devastated.
  • Devastated land territories can not be claimed or occupied at any point during the game.
  • Many are devastated because they loved living in a small community, knowing everyone.
  • The city had been devastated during the war, and most of the buildings and industrial plant were destroyed.
  • He reached their capital, took it over and devastated it.
  • Charles was so devastated he almost gave up fighting.
  • However, both boys died when very young, which devastated the Emperor.
  • Many of the buildings are brick due to the fire that devastated the area.
  • Following the war, the economy was devastated, as was most of the south.
  • The commercial centre of the town and many residential areas were devastated.
  • His parents were devastated and his decision to give up acting caused a family rift.
  • The next month he was devastated by the death of his nine-month-old son, and fell into a depression.
  • She was present during the Great Fire that devastated the city.
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Words starting with devastate

Meaning of devastate

  • verb Overwhelm or overpower
    He was devastated by his grief when his son died