Synonym: bring, make for, play, work. Similar words: break, streak, outbreak, break out, break up, break off, break in, break away. Meaning: [rɪːk] v. cause to happen or to occur as a consequence.
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1. The new tax could wreak havoc among smaller companies.
2. She is determined to wreak vengeance on those who killed her cousin.
3. These insects can wreak havoc on crops.
4. The wind will wreak havoc on my garden.
5. Their policies would wreak havoc on the economy.
6. She had a burning desire to wreak revenge.
7. She was determined to wreak revenge/vengeance on both him and his family.
8. He threatened to wreak vengeance on the men who toppled him a year ago.
9. He promised to wreak vengeance on those who had betrayed him.
10. He was determined to wreak vengeance on those who had betrayed him.
11. He vowed to wreak vengeance on his unfaithful, thieving wife.
12. So that she could wreak her vengeance?
13. Unfortunately the lemonade was beginning to wreak its awful revenge in several ways, one of which could not be ignored.
14. And they wreak havoc with the goal of raising revenue efficiently.
15. Since elk can also wreak havoc in cropland and forestry plantations, a record 70,000 animals are being culled this hunting season.
16. Seeing him wreak such havoc among a supposedly invincible foe, the Elves within the shrine were heartened.
17. It is hardly surprising that it should occasionally wreak vengeance on its executioner.
18. Claret, chocolate or turkey curry stains can wreak seasonal havoc.
19. Did they hire a private eye to wreak havoc on the life of the harasser?
20. Teenagers can not wreak that kind of havoc when they are stuck inside.
21. Unassimilated, they might one day wreak havoc in her life.
22. The trick is to stumble on one of these Aladdin's caves of fishing delight - and wreak havoc.
23. He was so excited that he forgot about the revenge the book was supposed to wreak on his parents.
24. Some of the Internet old-timers lament the inevitable change that commercialization will wreak on the unique subculture.
25. Too late I realised he was desperate for a scapegoat,[sentencedict.com] desperate to wreak his personal vengeance on Moira's killer.
26. This is a critical feature on such an instrument, as a badly cut nut here would wreak havoc on playability.
27. How can measles virus escape the body's natural defences to wreak such havoc?
28. But we all know that a moment's overload, may wreak havoc.
29. But whether or not there are symptoms, the virus can wreak havoc over the years.
30. First, Burghgesh could have survived and come back to wreak vengeance.
More similar words: break, streak, outbreak, break out, break up, break off, break in, break away, break down, breakdown, break into, break through, wretchedness, peak, steak, sneak, speak, weaken, speak up, speaker, speak for, to speak of, so to speak, area, rear, read, real, in a manner of speaking, realm, react.