Definition of Ruinating

1. Verb. (present participle of ruinate) ¹



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Definition of Ruinating

1. ruinate [v] - See also: ruinate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ruinating

rugosities
rugosity
rugous
rugrat
rugrats
rugs
rugula
rugulah
rugulose
ruhmkorff's coil
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ruinable
ruinate
ruinated
ruinates
ruinating (current term)
ruination
ruinations
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ruiner
ruiners
ruing
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ruiniform
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ruinous
ruinously
ruinousness
ruinousnesses

Literary usage of Ruinating

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1. A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, Edward Chauncey Baldwin (1906)
"... or leastways wos in the Old England times, and would be to-morrow, if cause given, a floppin' again the business to that degree as is ruinating—stark ..."

2. Charles Dickens: The Man and His Work by Edwin Percy Whipple, Arlo Bates (1912)
"... he formerly called " floppin' agen the business to that degree as is ruinating — stark ruinating! " and which he was accustomed to interrupt by throwing ..."

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