Catastrophic [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Catastrophic:

There was a sudden catastrophic whooshing roar and, wham, a tree took flame for roots.

Sometimes they dealt catastrophic blows to the center of Leptar's government and religion.

The Mosaic cosmogony is, in this sense, catastrophic, because it assumes the operation of extranatural power.

There was a spell, a hush over the world, to be broken by God-knew-what gentle awakening of activity, or catastrophic disturbance.

But this much I can say: the catastrophic results of that man's actions could not have been worse if he had been a saboteur.

And again, centuries later, it was heard of in the briefer but more catastrophic struggle of the Napoleonic wars.

The catastrophic scene when he found her with Regan, king-pin mobster.

She had that catastrophic and public failure which is, as much as a medal or a testimonial, the badge of the brave.

Mr. Fotheringay stood with an extended forefinger and the knitted brows of one anticipating a catastrophic smash.

Agrarian history becomes more catastrophic as we trace it backwards.