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  • noun Plural form of wreaker.


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  • Obama follows a well-known strategy of Bolsheviks: all falures of his policies would be ascribed to “saboteurs and wreakers”.

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  • If all those havoc-wreakers have the MBA in common, then the MBA must be a very very bad thing, right?

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  • And not just because the Perot party will "help" Republicans running for Congress in 1996, as some of Washington's wisdom-wreakers were insisting last week.

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  • Yet there was the pervasive negative of the Ruffians, the nameless, faceless wreakers of havoc on the society.

    Eve's Rib

  • The wicked soldiery wreaked their vengeance upon the body of the fallen man, for they took great pride in their prowess as wreakers; but in the hearts of the people Leicester was regarded as a martyr to their cause.

    Comic History of England


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