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Anything that ruins or causes ruin
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  1. Anything that ruins or causes ruin
  2. The act of ruining or the condition of being ruined.
  3. The cause of being ruined, destroyed or lost.
A cause of ruin:
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  1. A cause of ruin:
  2. The cause of such a fall
  3. A sudden fall, as from prosperity or power
A statute or ordinance, especially one in force in Anglo-Saxon England.
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  1. A statute or ordinance, especially one in force in Anglo-Saxon England.
  2. A decision or judgment, especially an official condemnation to a severe penalty.
  3. Inevitable destruction or ruin:
A usually adverse change in fortune:
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  1. A usually adverse change in fortune:
  2. The setting aside or overturning of a lower court’s decision by an appellate court; a turning around of the short-term market price trend of a security, either from downward to upward, or the other way around. The setting aside or overturning of a lower court’s decision by an appellate court; a turning around of the short-term market price trend of a security, either from downward to upward, or the other way around.
  3. A change in fortune; a change from being successful to having problems.
The cause or means of destroying
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  1. The cause or means of destroying
  2. The condition of having been destroyed:
  3. The cause or means of destroying:
The condition resulting from bad fortune or ill luck:
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  1. The condition resulting from bad fortune or ill luck:
  2. An undesirable event such as an accident
  3. Bad luck; ill fortune; trouble; adversity
Any extreme misfortune bringing great loss and sorrow; disaster
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  1. Any extreme misfortune bringing great loss and sorrow; disaster
  2. Deep trouble or misery
  3. An event that brings terrible loss, lasting distress, or severe affliction; a disaster:
An instance of overthrowing, especially one that results in downfall or destruction.
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  1. An instance of overthrowing, especially one that results in downfall or destruction.
  2. (Sports) The throwing of a ball over and beyond a target, especially in baseball.
  3. A removal, especially of a ruler or government, by force or threat of force.
The act of falling down or inward, as from loss of supports.
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  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:
A person, circumstance, or event that causes annoyance, distress, difficulty, etc.
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  1. A person, circumstance, or event that causes annoyance, distress, difficulty, etc.
  2. A condition of pain, disease, or malfunction:
  3. A state of distress, affliction, difficulty, or need:
A cause or the subject of such suffering
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  1. A cause or the subject of such suffering
  2. (--- Informal) Criticism or rude talk:
  3. Trouble or difficulty, or an instance of this:
A complete failure; a fiasco:
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  1. A complete failure; a fiasco:
  2. The culminating event of a drama, esp. of a tragedy, by which the plot is resolved; denouement
  3. (Geol.) A sudden, violent change, such as an earthquake
The fact of being defeated
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  1. The fact of being defeated
  2. The state of being defeated; failure to win:
  3. A coming to naught; frustration:
(Archaic) Complete and irreparable loss; ruin
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  1. (Archaic) Complete and irreparable loss; ruin
  2. Hell:
  3. Utter ruin.
A ship that has sunk or run aground so that it is no longer seaworthy.
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  1. A ship that has sunk or run aground so that it is no longer seaworthy.
  2. The destruction of a ship, as by storm or collision.
  3. Any ruin, failure, or destruction
A hard, heavy hit or blow; specif., a hard overhand stroke, as in tennis, that is difficult to return
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  1. A hard, heavy hit or blow; specif., a hard overhand stroke, as in tennis, that is difficult to return
  2. Complete ruin or defeat; total failure, esp. in business
  3. A violent breaking of something or the noise made by such breaking:
(--- Chiefly British) Violent destruction of a building or vehicle.
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  1. (--- Chiefly British) Violent destruction of a building or vehicle.
  2. Destruction or ruin. Used chiefly in the phrase wrack and ruin.
  3. Destruction; ruin
The act of subverting or the condition of being subverted.
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  1. The act of subverting or the condition of being subverted.
  2. A systematic attempt to overthrow a government by working from within; undermining.
  3. (Obsolete) Overthrow or ruin.
  1. A feeling of frustration, disappointment, perplexity or embarrassment.
  2. A discomfiting or being discomfited; frustration, confusion, etc.
  3. Defeat.
An individual or property that has been destroyed, injured, lost, or otherwise made ineffective.
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  1. An individual or property that has been destroyed, injured, lost, or otherwise made ineffective.
  2. An accident, especially one involving serious injury or loss of life.
  3. The harm to an individual or property as a result of a sudden, unexpected, or unusual event.
An unintended and unexpected event, especially one that is undesirable or harmful, that does not occur in the usual course of events under the circumstances in which it occurred, or that would not be reasonably anticipated.
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  1. An unintended and unexpected event, especially one that is undesirable or harmful, that does not occur in the usual course of events under the circumstances in which it occurred, or that would not be reasonably anticipated.
  2. (Law) An unforeseen event that occurs without anyone's fault or negligence
  3. An unforeseen event that is not the result of intention or has no apparent cause:
Evil accident; ill luck; misfortune; mischance.
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  1. Evil accident; ill luck; misfortune; mischance.
  2. An unlucky or unfortunate accident
  3. An accident, mistake, or problem.
An unlucky accident; mishap; an instance of bad luck
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  1. An unlucky accident; mishap; an instance of bad luck
  2. An accident or unlucky event.
  3. (Eng. Law) Death caused accidentally by someone while performing a legal act and with no intent to injure
An instance of wrong or improper conduct; a blunder.
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  1. An instance of wrong or improper conduct; a blunder.
  2. A step that is wrong, a false step.
  3. (Figuratively) An error or mistake.
A complete failure; a fiasco:
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  1. A complete failure; a fiasco:
  2. The culminating event of a drama, esp. of a tragedy, by which the plot is resolved; denouement
  3. (Geol.) A sudden, violent change, such as an earthquake
Bad luck or an instance of it
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  1. Bad luck or an instance of it
  2. An unlucky accident; misadventure
  3. A mishap, an unlucky circumstance.
An instance of misfortune; calamity
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  1. An instance of misfortune; calamity
  2. A state of wretchedness or misfortune; poverty and trouble
  3. A calamitous event.
(Football) A type of play in which a ball carrier running toward a sideline gives the ball to a teammate going the opposite way
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  1. (Football) A type of play in which a ball carrier running toward a sideline gives the ball to a teammate going the opposite way
  2. A mechanism, etc. for reversing, as a gear arrangement in a transmission that causes a machine, motor vehicle, etc. to run backward or in the opposite direction
  3. A change to an opposite position, condition, or direction.
A sudden attack or forcible effort
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  1. A sudden attack or forcible effort
  2. A sudden hard stroke or hit, as with the fist or an object.
  3. The state of blossoming:
A formal adversarial proceeding to hear evidence and decide legal issues and claims. Trials are covered by established rules of courtroom procedure as well as rules of evidence.
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  1. A formal adversarial proceeding to hear evidence and decide legal issues and claims. Trials are covered by established rules of courtroom procedure as well as rules of evidence.
  2. An instance of such a proceeding:
  3. The act or process of testing, trying, or putting to the proof:
Anything causing pain or distress; calamity
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  1. Anything causing pain or distress; calamity
  2. A cause of pain, suffering, or distress:
A gathering of people in remembrance of a deceased person, especially in the presence of the body at a funeral home.
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  1. A gathering of people in remembrance of a deceased person, especially in the presence of the body at a funeral home.
  2. A calamitous event or experience; a grave misfortune:
  3. The provision made for a parent to spend time with a child who is in the physical custody of another.
A slight error or oversight, as in speech or writing:
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  1. A slight error or oversight, as in speech or writing:
  2. An error in conduct or thinking; a mistake.
  3. A small piece of paper, esp. one prepared for a specific use
A foolish or stupid mistake
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  1. A foolish or stupid mistake
  2. A mistake typically caused by ignorance or carelessness.
(Obs.) Failure to have or do what is required; lack
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  1. (Obs.) Failure to have or do what is required; lack
  2. (Geology) A fracture in the continuity of a rock formation caused by a shifting or dislodging of the earth's crust, in which adjacent surfaces are displaced relative to one another and parallel to the plane of fracture.
  3. A mistake; an error:
The act of leaving something out or not done. An omission may be deliberate or unintentional.
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  1. The act of leaving something out or not done. An omission may be deliberate or unintentional.
  2. An omitting or being omitted; specif., failure to do as one should
  3. The act of neglecting to do something required by law; especially one’s duty.
A troublesome or embarrassing state of affairs, especially of financial affairs:
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  1. A troublesome or embarrassing state of affairs, especially of financial affairs:
  2. Something not easily done, accomplished, comprehended, or solved:
  3. The condition or quality of being difficult:
A cessation of proper functioning or performance:
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  1. A cessation of proper functioning or performance:
  2. The condition or fact of being insufficient or falling short:
  3. The act or fact of failing to pass a course, test, or assignment.
(Baseball) A misplay in fielding or throwing a ball which allows a runner to reach base or to advance to the next base: neither a wild pitch nor a passed ball is an error
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  1. (Baseball) A misplay in fielding or throwing a ball which allows a runner to reach base or to advance to the next base: neither a wild pitch nor a passed ball is an error
  2. (Law) A mistake in judgment or procedure of a court of record, usually prejudicial to one of the parties
  3. The difference between a computed or estimated result and the actual value, as in mathematics
An incorrect or mistaken calculation
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A going from one place to another; a journey.
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  1. A going from one place to another; a journey.
  2. A certain way of life or situation:
  3. An intense, stimulating, or exciting experience:
A mistake or blunder.
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  1. A mistake or blunder.
  2. An error or blunder.
  3. A fall, trip or substantial misstep.
(Sports) A ball that has been fumbled.
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  1. (Sports) A ball that has been fumbled.
  2. The act or an instance of fumbling.
  3. The act or fact of fumbling
A refusal, rejection, or rebuff
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  1. A refusal, rejection, or rebuff
  2. Rejection; refusal:
  3. The act of repulsing or the state of being repulsed:
The act of discouraging.
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  1. The act of discouraging.
  2. The condition of being discouraged.
  3. The fact, state, or feeling of being discouraged
The last of a sequence of annoyances or troubles that results in a breakdown, loss of patience, etc.
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  1. The last of a sequence of annoyances or troubles that results in a breakdown, loss of patience, etc.
  2. The last of a series of annoyances or disappointments that leads one to a final loss of patience, temper, trust, or hope.
  3. (Slang) A small addition to a burden which causes it to exceed the capacity.
A source of persistent annoyance or exasperation:
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  1. A source of persistent annoyance or exasperation:
  2. The cause of distress, death, or ruin
  3. (Archaic) Fatal injury or ruin:
The fact or state of being destroyed
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  1. The fact or state of being destroyed
  2. The cause or means of destroying:
  3. The condition of having been destroyed:
Waste of the goods of the deceased by an executor or administrator.
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  1. Waste of the goods of the deceased by an executor or administrator.
  2. The act of devastating, or the state of being devastated; a laying waste.
  3. A devastating or being devastated; destruction; desolation
Great destruction and devastation, as that resulting from hurricanes, wars, etc.
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  1. Great destruction and devastation, as that resulting from hurricanes, wars, etc.
  2. Disorder or chaos:
  3. Widespread destruction; devastation.
Any cause of a person's downfall, destruction, etc.
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  1. Any cause of a person's downfall, destruction, etc.
  2. The state of being physically destroyed, collapsed, or decayed:
  3. Downfall, destruction, devastation, etc.
A ruining or being ruined
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  1. A ruining or being ruined
  2. Anything that ruins or causes ruin
  3. The cause of being ruined, destroyed or lost.
Destruction or ruin. Used chiefly in the phrase wrack and ruin.
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  1. Destruction or ruin. Used chiefly in the phrase wrack and ruin.
  2. (--- Chiefly British) Violent destruction of a building or vehicle.
  3. Destruction; ruin
An automobile or railroad collision or accident:
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  1. An automobile or railroad collision or accident:
  2. The disabling or destruction of a ship by a storm or other disaster; shipwreck
  3. A wrecking or being wrecked; destruction; ruin
A wrecking or being wrecked
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  1. A wrecking or being wrecked
  2. The debris or remains of something wrecked:
(Chiefly Scotland) A bone
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  1. (Chiefly Scotland) A bone
  2. The cause of distress, death, or ruin
  3. (Archaic) Fatal injury or ruin:
A person or thing that destroys
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  1. A person or thing that destroys
  2. A small, fast, highly maneuverable warship armed with 3-inch or 5-inch guns, depth charges, torpedoes, etc.
  3. One that destroys:
The cause or means of destroying:
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  1. The cause or means of destroying:
  2. The fact or state of being destroyed
  3. The condition of having been destroyed:
The cause of such a fall
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  1. The cause of such a fall
  2. A sudden, heavy fall, as of snow
  3. A sudden fall, as from prosperity or power
Any cause of a person's downfall, destruction, etc.
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  1. Any cause of a person's downfall, destruction, etc.
  2. The state of being physically destroyed, collapsed, or decayed:
  3. Downfall, destruction, devastation, etc.
A ruining or being ruined
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  1. A ruining or being ruined
  2. Anything that ruins or causes ruin
  3. The cause of being ruined, destroyed or lost.
One who is in the business of demolishing old buildings.
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  1. One who is in the business of demolishing old buildings.
  2. A person or business that demolishes or dismantles old buildings, motor vehicles, etc., salvaging usable materials and parts
  3. A person who causes ruin, obstruction, or disruption of any kind; specif., a person using false lights, etc. to lead ships to destruction in order to plunder the wreckage
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