wrecked


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wrecked

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Larry was far too wrecked to drive.
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Wrecked & Abandoned Vessel' (2011) XVI Art Antiquity and Law 297.
In July, a customised 458 with a pounds 65,000 Dolce and Gabbana interior was wrecked in a warehouse blaze at Heathrow airport after being flown in from Saudi Arabia.
2 : to bring to ruin or an end <Our picnic was wrecked by the rain.
Sample artefacts from these newly discovered wreck sites indicate that we may have found an entire fleet of early Galleons that wrecked on their way back to Spain carrying the riches of the new world," said Robert Pritchett, chief executive of Anchor Research and Salvage.
There was further outstanding bravery by North-Easterners in the rescue of the crew of the Harriot, which was wrecked off the south pier at Sunderland.
TWO divers died yesterday while exploring a wrecked German warship off Orkney.
And inside, some of the 3,000 wrecked luxury cars, including BMWs, Saabs and Volvos, squashed between its decks.
In 1842, the merchant ship Caledonia wrecked off a particularly notorious stretch on the Cornish coast.