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What is another word for wrecked?

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Adjective
Completely destroyed or demolished
“The plan was that, after the cargo had been unloaded and the fuel pumped away, the wrecked ship would be removed to shore.”
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Extremely tired or fatigued
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“Nothing makes me feel better about myself than feeling wrecked after a good work out.”
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Inebriated or intoxicated from drugs or alcohol
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“According to the 1996 film's director, Danny Boyle, this wasn't just acting. The pair were absolutely wrecked after a night out on the town!”
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Damaged by age and repeated use
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Without hope or prospect of completion, success, or survival
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Stranded on a shore or underwater
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Malfunctioning or not working well
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Having been broken
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Experiencing mental or emotional pain
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Deprived of the ability to perform natural physical activities
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Damaged or defective in some way
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Faded or worn, sometimes deliberately for aesthetic reasons
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Past tense for to physically destroy
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“He managed to wreck his car by having the automatic garage door descend upon it.”
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Past tense for to ruin or spoil completely
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“If Bette had deliberately set out to wreck her career, she could not have picked a more appropriate vehicle.”
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Past tense for to cause the destruction or sinking of a ship
“Vasco da Gama nearly lost his ship and life through the treachery of his who plotted to wreck the vessel on the reef.”
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Past tense for to cause (a large amount of damage or harm)
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Past tense for to cause to become physically weaker
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Past tense for to afflict or haunt with (harm)
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Past tense for to forcefully or violently subdue (opposition or a rebellion)
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Past tense for to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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Past tense for to issue, establish or apply as a charge, fine or penalty
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(of an action or event) Past tense for to prevent from happening
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Past tense for to fill with water and sink, especially of a ship
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