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1. There was devastation on every side.
2. The hurricane passed, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake.
3. He surveyed the scene of utter devastation beneath him.
4. The tornado left a trail of devastation in its wake.
5. She returned home to find a scene of devastation.
6. The cost of the devastation could run to ￡6 million.
7. He left in 1983, horrified by the devastation that warfare and famine had visited on his homeland.
8. A conventional war would still cause unacceptable devastation.
9. The President visited the area to see the devastation at first hand.
10. The hurricane caused widespread devastation.
11. It's a scene of complete devastation.
12. The typhoon left a trail of devastation.
13. The storm left behind it a trail of devastation.
14. A huge bomb blast brought chaos and devastation to the centre of Belfast yesterday.
15. We surveyed the devastation wrought by the fire.
16. Adam stumbles on, leaving a trail of devastation in his wake.
17. But the devastation already wrought in it is heartrending to contemplate.
18. The work of Tennyson coexisted with the devastation of an urban underclass described by Dickens.
19. In an opening speech for the defence the devastation of their herd was blamed on a mountain of debt and overfeeding.
20. After the devastation an uneasy peace settled over the Empire.
21. If disease is allowed to spread among the crops, it will cause wide spread devastation.http://sentencedict.com
22. If disease is allowed to spread, it will cause widespread devastation.
23. Delegates at the conference were taken on field trips to see the devastation.
24. My mind churned with countless plots and schemes, conjuring up acts of untold terror and devastation.
25. The public reacted with remorse and anger at the latest devastation.
26. Here the four powers had carved themselves out oddly shaped zones amongst the rubble and devastation left by the Allied bombing.
27. Even the most hardened commentators appeared shocked by the scale of the devastation.
28. The story deals with the aftermath of warfare, particularly the devastation wreaked by land mines.
29. The large size and wide-ranging habit of the orangutan make it especially vulnerable to devastation in tropical rainforests.
30. Areas threatened by landslides and floods are being identified and rezoned to prevent later devastation.
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