Destruction [noun]

Definition of Destruction:

demolition, devastation

Opposite/Antonyms of Destruction:

Sentence/Example of Destruction:

This is gossipmongering and, as Republicans like to say, part of the politics of personal destruction.

We should NOT be flying a flag of a group who wants to erase our history and bring mass destruction to our country through Communism.

Climate-change impacts are already a common thread of destruction and violence from the Sahel and South Sudan to Central America.

“When the books are written about our careers, one of the main things we’ll be judged on is whether we did enough to stop the destruction of life and property due to climate change,” he said.

Habitat destruction, loss of food plants, invasive species, climate change, and predation are primarily human-driven problems.

Except it’s not about the birds and the bees and our changing bodies, it’s about the potential destruction of our bodies.

Eventually, in the late 1980s, Congress offered money to address the supersonic boom’s environmental concerns, which include noise and the boom itself, but also possible ozone destruction.

Any efforts that are not directed to pressure them together to stop their destruction of Yemen will not lead to a peace industry.

The violent mob which had overrun the building earlier in the day had been cleared out, leaving behind a wake of destruction and terror that still linger.

Simonov explains how the Kemerovo region in Siberia, one of the largest coal-producing areas in Russia, has experienced air and water pollution, the destruction of forests and geological effects like underground fires from mining activities.