wrecked

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WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Synonyms:
demolished, destroyed, broken , knocked to pieces, ruined, shipwrecked, stranded , beached, grounded , scuttled, capsized, out of order, blown to bits, junked, dismantled, shattered , on the rocks, gone to pot, shot to hell, smashed, marred, spoiled , blighted
Antonyms:
repaired, fixed , rebuilt, assembled, afloat, reset , unscathed, restored, improved, patched up, in working order, in one piece, as good as new, in service


WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Noun: act of wrecking
Synonyms:
ruin , destruction , demolition, razing, breaking up, ruination, smash , smashing, breakdown, bust , crash , collapse , devastation, undoing
Antonyms:
creation , restoration , mending, repair , recovery , construction , building , assembly , production , conservation, regeneration, renovation, make-over
Sense: Noun: anything wrecked
Synonyms:
wreckage , ruins, remains, debris , waste , shreds, skeleton , scattered parts, pieces, shards, husk, hulk, empty shell
Antonyms:
jewel , gem , salvage , treasure , booty , prized possession, finished product, whole piece
Sense: Noun: shipwreck
Synonyms:
shipwreck, sea disaster, hulk, sinking , running aground, foundering
Antonyms:
floating , rescue , salvaging, miracle , recovery , setting afloat
Sense: Noun: accident - US
Synonyms:
crash , car crash, collision, smash , smash-up (informal), pileup (informal), pile-up (informal), fender bender (slang), bump, car wreck (US), train wreck (US), RTA (UK), road traffic accident, road accident
Antonyms:
avoidance , good luck, good fortune, near miss
Sense: Noun: person in poor condition
Synonyms:
mess (informal), goner (informal), nervous wreck, skin and bones, empty shell, husk, a shadow of your former self, overworked person, washout
Antonyms:
curable, healthy , healthy person, as fit as a fiddle, in fine shape, in good health, fit
Sense: Verb: bring to ruin
Synonyms:
bring to ruin, ruin , destroy , spoil , mangle, smash , tear down, raze, break , split , batter , total (slang), trash (slang), screw up (slang), cock up (UK, slang), bugger (UK, slang), fuck up (offensive, slang), shatter , mess up, tear sth to pieces, put sth out of commission, efface, bash in, devastate, injure , impair , disfigure, render sth useless
Antonyms:
repair , restore , refurbish , service , rebuild, mend , revamp , save , preserve , fix , put in working order, patch up, put back together, be gentle with, make over, do over
Sense: Verb: shipwreck
Synonyms:
shipwreck, capsize, sink , founder , run aground, scuttle, go under, overturn, be dashed on the rocks, crash
Antonyms:
float , stay afloat, resurface, drift , rise , tread water, run like clockwork

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