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Another word for debacle

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Noun
  1. An abrupt disastrous failure

      1. Something that is dilapidated or worn out:
      2. A wrecking or being wrecked; destruction; ruin
      3. An automobile or railroad collision or accident:
      1. A wreck or collision, esp. one that does great damage
      2. Complete defeat or failure; ruin
      3. A serious collision between vehicles; a wreck.
      1. A heavy blow or collision:
      2. A violent breaking of something or the noise made by such breaking:
      3. A wreck
      1. A sudden loud noise, as of an object breaking:
      2. (Computers) A sudden failure of a hard drive caused by damaging contact between the head and the storage surface, often resulting in the loss of data on the drive.
      3. A sudden failure of a program or operating system, usually without serious consequences.
      1. An abrupt failure of function, strength, or health; a breakdown.
      2. The act of collapsing; a falling in or together; failure or breakdown, as in business or health
      3. An abrupt loss of perceived value or of effect:
      1. (Electricity) The abrupt failure of an insulator or insulating medium to restrict the flow of current.
      2. The act or process of failing to function or continue.
      3. A failure to work or function properly
    See also:

    money

Another word for debacle

Noun
      1. (Archaic) A group of people, especially knights, or of animals, especially wolves.
      2. A disorderly flight or retreat, as of defeated troops
      3. An overwhelming defeat
      1. A bottle; esp., a long-necked wine bottle with a rounded lower portion covered in woven straw
      2. A complete failure; esp., an ambitious project that ends as a ridiculous failure
      1. The act of falling down or inward, as from loss of supports.
      2. The act of collapsing; a falling in or together; failure or breakdown, as in business or health
      3. An abrupt loss of perceived value or of effect:
      1. The cause of such a fall
      2. A sudden, heavy fall, as of snow
      3. A sudden fall, as from prosperity or power