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Spell check of wreck

Correct spelling: wreck

Synonyms:
pulverize, atomize, bed-blocker, ruin, skeleton, founder, undoing, keel over, rip to shreds, broadside, demolition, destruction, destroy, eradicate, asthmatic, clangour, collapse, spoil, smashup, shut off, agoraphobe, disintegrate, breakdown, case, exterminate, extirpate, raise, damage, dismantle, relic, wrecking, bang up, clunker, flatten, hold back, cripple, hulk, crash, depredate, wreak havoc, condemn, crack-up, break-up, crackup, ruination, incurable, rubble, scrub, depressive, mow down, suppress, raze, pileup, blowout, blindside, knock down, smash, clash, accident, abolish, ransack, ravage, sinking, break down, the critical list, residue, aquaplane, invalid, clank, washout, stamp out, clangor, debris, debacle, gut, jalopy, level, bulldoze, litter, detritus, amnesiac, mar, diabetic, sabotage, scuttle, shipwrecking, despoil, flotsam, concussion, shadow, salvage, failure, heap, consumptive, havoc, decimate, desolate, clangoring, ashes, annihilate, wreckage, anorexic, vaporize, car crash, pull down, rattletrap, squeeze out, scupper, leftover, cut into, waste, vandalize, collision, apocalypse, bane, shipwreck, devastation, interfere with, lay waste, money, help, mess, shipwrecked, wrack, devastate, clang, ruins, junk, rend, demolish, bust-up, kill off, tear down, landslide, pillage.

Antonyms:
recovery, salvage, salvaging.

Examples of usage:

1) Scarcely three hours had elapsed, he said, from the time of our departure, when another junk came up and took him on to Macao, leaving the crew with the wreck. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

2) Was that wreck long ago, do you think? - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.

3) He discovered the wreck and it should be his. - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.

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