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destroyed physically or morally

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doomed to extinction

brought to ruin

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@jenventure also had her Christmas ruined. She wrote: "Bought a nice fresh turkey this week in date until the 26th, opened it up today and it's off!
Almost every front garden was piled high with ruined doors, cupboards or carpets - with a layer of mud from the now-receded water covering every surface.
Critique: A gritty, realistic, deftly crafted novel, "Ruined Wings" is a simply riveting read from beginning to end.
Olivia and Em decide that, rather than having only one of them rule the Ruined as a monarch, they will lead together as a pair.
deterioration, thus warning that visible sign of the ruined body
These linkages broaden the category of 'environment' often deployed in environmental histories and reveal paradoxes that might not otherwise emerge: warfare destroyed some landscapes, but created others; soldiers plundered homes for wood, while plundered forests became temporary homes; falling trees destroyed bodies, but soldiers and artists and photographers also likened trees to bodies and bodies to trees: blasted, limbs lost, ruined by dismemberment.
In "The Big Bang Theory" Season 7 Episode 4, "The Raiders Minimization," Amy (Mayim Bialik) ruined the movie "Raiders of the Lost Ark" for Sheldon by pointing out a major flaw in the plot.
There we found ourselves transfixed by one of the most ruined of all ancient ruins, the Trophy of Augustus, erected in 5 BCE.
And what about the ruined world beyond the United Kingdom?
Two decades on, Lebanon's capital is a mixture of old and new, ruined and restored, erased and replaced.
Sainsbury's has all ready ruined the village once with the car park by the bus stops.
Lynn Nottage's "Ruined" is a script for a play that has won several best plays of 2009 awards.
2 : the state or fact of being killed, ruined, or brought to an end <Destruction of the animal's habitat nearly caused its extinction.>
How Equal Temperament Ruined Harmony: And Why You Should Care, by Ross.