What is destroyed?

  • (adj): Destroyed physically or morally.
    Synonyms: ruined
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on destroyed:

Erzincan - History
... After that conversion, during the Christianisation of Armenia, the temple at Erez was destroyed and its property and lands given to Gregory ... In 1243 it was destroyed in fighting between the Seljuks under Kaykhusraw II and the Mongols ... The city was completely destroyed by a major earthquake on December 27, 1939 ...
Object To Be Destroyed
... Object to Be Destroyed is a work by American artist Man Ray, originally created in 1923 ... The work, destroyed in 1957, consisted of a metronome with a photograph of an eye attached to its swinging arm ...
1967 Oak Lawn Tornado Outbreak - Palos Hills - Oak Lawn - Chicago
... apartments, and two gas stations were destroyed as well ... A mobile home court was also destroyed and a large brick factory structure was damaged as well ... It destroyed 152 homes and damaged 900, causing $50 million in damage ...
Horst Wessel - Post-war
... The memorial was destroyed and Wessel's remains apparently were disinterred and also destroyed ... This too was destroyed about 2005 and the site is now marked only by a raised mound of earth bounded by ivy, with two iceplants in the centre ...
List of Aerial Victories of Werner Voss
... @ 0940 hours Albatros Nieuport 17 serial number A281 Destroyed Miraumont, France Loss from No. 1916 @ 1415 hours Albatros Either Airco DH.2 s/n 4915 or Royal Aircraft Factory FE.2b s/n 4915 Destroyed South of Bapaume, France Royal Aircraft Factory FE.2b lost from No ... Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2d s/n 5782 Destroyed Miraumont, France Loss from No ...

More definitions of "destroyed":

  • (adj): Spoiled or ruined or demolished.
    Example: "War left many cities destroyed"; "Alzheimer's is responsible for her destroyed mind"

Famous quotes containing the word destroyed:

    History repeats itself, but the special call of an art which has passed away is never reproduced. It is as utterly gone out of the world as the song of a destroyed wild bird.
    Joseph Conrad (1857–1924)

    For both faith and want of faith have destroyed men alike.
    Hesiod (c. 8th century B.C.)

    By his mere quiet power, on the minds of the now contestants, He could have either saved or destroyed the Union without a human contest. Yet the contest began. And having begun He could give the final victory to either side any day. Yet the contest proceeds.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)