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wreak
[reek]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
1.
to inflict or execute (punishment, vengeance, etc.): They wreaked havoc on the enemy.
2.
to carry out the promptings of (one's rage, ill humor, will, desire, etc.), as on a victim or object: He wreaked his anger on the office staff.
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Wreaking definition, to inflict or execute (punishment, vengeance, etc.): They wreaked havoc on the enemy. See more.

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Wreak definition, to inflict or execute (punishment, vengeance, etc.): They wreaked havoc on the enemy. See more.

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wreak meaning, definition, what is wreak: to cause something to happen in a violent and often uncontrolled way: . Learn more.

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Define wreak: to cause (something very harmful or damaging) — wreak in a ... Gangs have been wreaking mayhem in the city. .... BROWSE DICTIONARY.

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To bring about (damage or destruction, for example): wreak havoc. 2. To inflict ( vengeance or punishment) upon a person. 3. To give vent to or act upon (one's ...

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Definition of wreak havoc in the Idioms Dictionary. wreak havoc phrase. What does wreak havoc expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.

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Jan 28, 2016 ... English speakers often confuse 'wreak havoc' with 'wreck havoc'. The confusion is understandable: the two phrases both look and sound ...

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Feb 8, 2009 ... the act of purposefully not showering, usually after a night of extreme intoxication.