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destructive

Meaning: tr
Yıkıcı, zararlı
I think it says something about human nature that the only form of life we have created so far is purely destructive.
The blaze burned so furiously on July 26 that it created a “fire whirl.” The twirling tower of flame reached speeds of 143 mph (230 kph), which rivaled some of the most destructive Midwest tornados.
From our human experience and history, at least as far as I am informed, I know that everything essential and great has only emerged when human beings had a home and were rooted in a tradition. Today’s literature is, for instance, largely destructive.
There exists a fine line between helpful and destructive fears. But there is a line. Our job is to find it and walk it.
“For days we have lived in fear of the virus and then we woke up to the destructive force of an earthquake,” said Maja Beck, who watched in horror as things rattled around her.
Suspicion is destructive of friendship.
For this reason, the language is the most destructive weapon of all.
Stoked by drought-parched vegetation and triple-digit temperatures, the Carr Fire has killed six people, destroyed 1,567 homes and other structures and blackened 131,896 acres (53,376 hectares). It ranks as the sixth most destructive California wildfire on record.
Indeed, computers are destructive.
The obsessive desire of wealth has been one of the great destructive forces of human history.
Added on 2018-07-28 and updated on 2018-08-06 | by redPen | View: 310

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