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Noun
A ship destroyed at sea
“Rigby visited the wreck of the Titanic last year on a Russian submarine and will lecture about his trip at the Dundee exhibition.”
Noun
Something, especially a vehicle or building, that has been badly damaged or destroyed
“Christa and John Hale visibly fill with pride as they describe how they have transformed their beloved Highland home from a dilapidated wreck into a rural idyll.”
Noun
The destruction of a ship at sea; a shipwreck
“The death of William, his only legitimate son, in 1120 in the wreck of the White Ship brought Henry's whole carefully contrived edifice tumbling down.”
Verb
To bring to a complete end the physical soundness, existence, or usefulness of
“He could have lost control of his bike, wrecking it and causing injury or even death.”
Verb
Spoil completely
“Gordon is just happy to be taking part in the Games as a serious knee injury in 2002 threatened to wreck his career.”
Verb
“When his vessel was wrecked and Tichborne apparently lost at sea, Lady Tichborne refused to believe her son was dead and advertised for his return.”
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