Definition of Devastator

1. n. One who, or that which, devastates.



Definition of Devastator

1. Noun. one who devastates. ¹

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Definition of Devastator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Devastator

devaporation
devaprasnam
devas
devascularisation
devascularization
devast
devastate
devastated
devastates
devastating
devastatingly
devastation
devastational
devastations
devastative
devastator (current term)
devastators
devasted
devasting
devasts
devata
devatas
devein
deveined
deveining
deveins
devel
develed
develin
develing

Literary usage of Devastator

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1. The American Journal of Science, & C (1818)
"... devastator, (the Insect that produces the Cut-worm,) communicated for the American Journal of Science, &fc. by Mr. JOHN P. BRACE, ..."

2. Revision of the Orthopteran Group Melanolopli Acridiidae with Special by Samuel Hubbard Scudder (1897)
"devastator SERIES. This group is composed of very closely related species, often difficult to distinguish, in which the male pro/она is quadrate or ..."

3. Nature Biographies: The Lives of Some Every-day Butterflies; Moths by Clarence Moores Weed (1903)
"... A devastator OF FORESTS. IT is comparatively seldom that man has an opportunity to learn what would happen if, so far as forests and their enemies were ..."

4. The World Beautiful by Lilian Whiting (1898)
"devastator of The interruptions that occur daily and hourly in the lives of busy people have never been embodied in the Litany as one of those temptations ..."

5. The American Journal of Science, & C (1818)
"... devastator, (the Insect that produces the Cut-worm,) communicated for the American Journal of Science, &fc. by Mr. JOHN P. BRACE, ..."

6. Revision of the Orthopteran Group Melanolopli Acridiidae with Special by Samuel Hubbard Scudder (1897)
"devastator SERIES. This group is composed of very closely related species, often difficult to distinguish, in which the male pro/она is quadrate or ..."

7. Nature Biographies: The Lives of Some Every-day Butterflies; Moths by Clarence Moores Weed (1903)
"... A devastator OF FORESTS. IT is comparatively seldom that man has an opportunity to learn what would happen if, so far as forests and their enemies were ..."

8. The World Beautiful by Lilian Whiting (1898)
"devastator of The interruptions that occur daily and hourly in the lives of busy people have never been embodied in the Litany as one of those temptations ..."

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