Definition of Destructions

1. Noun. (plural of destruction) ¹



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Definition of Destructions

1. destruction [n] - See also: destruction

Lexicographical Neighbors of Destructions

destroyin'
destroying
destroying angel
destroys
destruct
destructed
destructibility
destructible
destructibleness
destructing
destruction
destruction fire
destruction permit
destructionist
destructionists
destructions (current term)
destructive
destructive-metabolic(a)
destructive criticism
destructive distillation
destructive metabolism
destructively
destructiveness
destructivities
destructivity
destructor
destructors
destructs
destructuration
destructure

Literary usage of Destructions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Notes, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of Psalms by Albert Barnes (1868)
"6 20 thou enemy! destructions are come to a perpetual end ; and 1 Prov. x. 7. ... The enemy—his destructions or desolations are finished for ever. ..."

2. An Inglorious Columbus, Or, Evidence that Hwui Shăn and a Party of Buddhist by Edward Payson Vining (1885)
"... nations—Changes resulting from changed circumstances and lapse of time—Analogies in religious customs—Analogy in the fables regarding the destructions ..."

3. Researches Into the Physical History of Mankind by James Cowles Prichard (1847)
"Mexican Traditions respecting a Deluge and repeated destructions of the World. We have seen that the most careful investigations of the Mexican science and ..."

4. India, and India Missions: Including Sketches of the Gigantic System of by Alexander Duff (1840)
"... what can the alternate wakefulness and slumber of Brahma, accompanied with destructions and renovations of the universe through the oscillating cycles ..."

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