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Synonyms for havoc

Synonyms for havoc

the act of destroying or state of being destroyed

to rob of goods by force, especially in time of war

Synonyms for havoc

violent and needless disturbance

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Certainly, heavy rains like those of East Africa often cause terrible havoc to humanity and its property and habitats.
Havoc added, "For over 20 years, he and I went through it all and seen it all.
Our passengers were complementary of the Havoc s handling, ride quality, acceleration and braking throughout the demo while at a fully armored weight, said Patrick Shepherd, Havoc program manager at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control.
Flash floods wreaked havoc in four districts in Assam including Lakhimpur, Darrang, Sonitpur and Udalguri, besides Guwahati and Kamrup.
It called for finding a formula for global cooperation to put an end to the countries that provide the killers wrecking havoc and destroying the infrastructure and humanity.
My main regret, in terms of participatory theatre, was that I'd missed the lodestar of the genre, the Performance Group's seminal Dionysus in 69, which crossed a line Miss Havoc would surely never have considered broaching: sexual interaction with the audience.
Torrential rain led to flooded homes, road closures and havoc on public transport across parts of the country on Friday, as the latest downpours continued to fall on ground already saturated after three months of record-breaking rainfall across the UK.
Duke Video says there's sickening high-sides, car-destroying crashes, massive pile-ups and terrifying fireball spins - viewers will be leaping out of their armchairs as Duke unleashes the Havoc.
A JUDGE imposed a two-year curfew to confine a young troublemaker from wreaking havoc on his neighbours when he is released from prison.
And with Dave Wagstaffe and John Richards causing havoc on the counter-attack it was Palmer who put Wolves ahead before the break.
Craig Ellison's dog has limitless stamina and has come from well adrift to win both outings, athough he cannot give Slaneyside Havoc too much of a start.
Havoc picks up directly after the conclusion of Vesper (Balzer + Bray, 2011/VOYA April 2011), and although the narration tries to recap events from the first book, readers will want to experience the books in order.
It's midnight and we greet a man with a bloodied nose, clotting traffic's flow down Percival Road where havoc has always had me here.
In a series of electrifying scenes, renegade group Havoc vows to bring down the master of menace.
Sir, The Women's Food and Farming Union have called for an outright ban on Chinese lanterns because of the deadly havoc they posed to animals and livestock.