debris

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Synonyms for debris

Synonyms for debris

the remains of something destroyed, disintegrated, or decayed

Synonyms for debris

the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up

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Large areas of the impoverished country are littered with debris of war, including unexploded explosives such as artillery as well as landmines.
In the pair of poems "Jundee Ameriki" and "American Internal," the speaker has the debris of war removed from his body at the VA hospital in the former, while he unearths the bodies of executed Iraqis in the latter.
Tripoli's streets are littered with rotting corpses and the debris of war after heavy fighting by rebels to end Qaddafi's 42-year rule, though the deposed leader remains at large.
There were Soviets in Afghanistan when I was going to school and I had to cut short my education and pursue it later on and I count myself rather lucky and probably with some hard work I managed to go through the debris of war and plough my way out.
HALO's mission is to lead the effort to protect lives and restore livelihoods threatened by landmines and the debris of war.