devastated


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Sue said she has been left devastated by the burglary.
Her family paid tribute to her in a statement which said: "We are devastated to have lost our beautiful Nadine.
Chris is devastated," a source close to the couple revealed.
Mr Taylor said Mr and Mrs Wightman were "devastated, absolutely devastated.
His death devastated best friend Christopher Menheneott, 24, from Criccieth, who had known Stephen since they were babies.
A powerful earthquake devastated Haiti on January 12.
The President also directed Personnel of Pakistan's army Peace mission deputed in Haiti to vigorously participate in relief activities, which are being carried out in earthquake devastated areas.
Byline: Indie band Noah And The Whale have been devastated after their entire haul of touring gear was stolen.
They said: "The family is devastated and very disappointed in Cameron's recent behaviour.
1 : to destroy entirely or nearly entirely <The forest was devastated by fire.
In the United States, floods in the Midwest in June devastated at least seven states causing billions of dollars in property and crop damage and leading to the reassessment of the area levees that had proven inadequate to hold back the rising waters.
Joanne McGuinness, the union's national officer, said: "Staff in the stores earmarked for closure will be utterly devastated.
A powerful earthquake devastated the Kashmir region, leaving tens of thousands dead, and the worst drought in Niger's history left millions of men, women and children without food.
Soon, the family is even further devastated and Juana sets off to find her father.
I have seen too many Minnesotans, whose lives have been devastated by natural disasters or illnesses, become further devastated by discovering that their insurance policies do not cover their misfortunes.