Wrecker [adjective]

Definition of Wrecker:

forced, pretended

Synonyms of Wrecker:

Opposite/Antonyms of Wrecker:

Sentence/Example of Wrecker:

He knows them, now, for false lights on the wrecker's coast.

The Wrecker is a wild and interesting story which had a large success.

"That's what I'm trying to tell you," went on Wrecker calmly.

Now, skip over there, Wrecker, and hide with the fellows in the bushes.

Then Dick talked in whispers with Wrecker for a few moments.

To the wrecker of railroads on Wall Street it was indubitably petty.

You mean become a smuggler, a wrecker, and a general law-breaker.

Plug in the round-house for the wrecker—and tell them to send uptown for the crew.

One heap bore the form of a cross, and was probably the sepulchre of a wrecker.

There was a struggle, none the less desperate because the wrecker was underneath.