Definition of 'wrecked'
Example sentences containing 'wrecked'
LET NOT THE DEEP
Whoever had done this, whoever had been there had wrecked everything in the room.MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
Perhaps it had been necessary for his survival that his mind should generalize the vileness which had wrecked his life.THE ONLY GAME
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