Some articles on ruined:

Sotek - Lizardmen Temple Cities
... Lustria Hexoatl Pahuax (Ruined) Tlanxla (Ruined) Tlaxtlan Xahutec (Ruined) Tlax (Ruined) Chaqua (Ruined) Quetza (Ruined) Xlanhaupec Huatl (Ruined, but being rebuilt) Itza Xhotl (Ruined) Oyxl (Ruined ...
Schaumburg And Schauenburg - Castles and Palaces
... in the district of Rhein-Lahn in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Schaumburg Castle, a ruined castle near Schalkau in the district of Sonneberg in Thuringia, Germany ...
Everything's Ruined - Music Video
... high concepts and big budgets while the video for "Everything's Ruined" does not ... Why was it that the video for "Everything's Ruined" (arguably the best song on the album) was so goofy and easy to produce? The easy answer is, Warner's spent the video budget on "Small V" and "Mi ...
Ruin - Cities
... times of war they were the central focus of armed conflict and would be sacked and ruined in defeat ... Beirut, Kabul, Sarajevo, Grozny and Baghdad – have been partially or completely ruined in recent years as a result of more localised warfare ... Entire cities have also been ruined, and some occasionally lost completely, to natural disasters ...
Best Day Ever - Plot
... wanted to work at the Krusty Krab, but that plan is ruined by a nematode infestation, so he lures the nematodes away by using his nose as a flute ... He planned to practice some karate with Sandy, but that plan is ruined since she has to fix a leak in her treedome ... Angry because most of his day has been ruined, SpongeBob pulls out one of his teeth to replace the reed ...

More definitions of "ruined":

  • (adj): Destroyed physically or morally.
    Synonyms: destroyed
  • (adj): Brought to ruin.
    Example: "The unsuccessful run for office left him ruined politically and economically"
    Synonyms: finished

Famous quotes containing the word ruined:

    The great question which in all ages has disturbed mankind, and brought on them the greatest part of those mischiefs which have ruined cities, depopulated countries, and disordered the peace of the world, has been, not whether there be power in the world, nor whence it came, but who should have it.
    John Locke (1632–1704)

    Keep carefully not of all scrapes and quarrels. They lower a character extremely; and are particularly dangerous in France, where a man is dishonoured by not resenting an affront, and utterly ruined by resenting it.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    The doctor learns that if he gets ahead of the superstitions of his patients he is a ruined man; and the result is that he instinctively takes care not to get ahead of them.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)