- v. Simple past tense and past participle of destruct.
“destructed", the Knoxville City Council to "please do somethin 'about it, Knoxville being too big a city to keep callin' street's alleys," the City Council promptly and unanimously voted to change the name of”
“Coach Bruce Boudreau was in foul mood after the Caps self-destructed Friday in Atlanta.”
“Winning the election required no concrete proposals, as his opponent's campaign self-destructed when candidate George Allen used a scatalogical term ( "macaca") to refer to a reporter with Arabic facial features.”
“Voters who benefit from free trade – employed consumers – do not reward politicians with yea votes, but those whose jobs are creatively destructed do punish politicians with nay votes.”
“They self destructed, and now a Foa is the odds on favor to win in my mind.”
“An obsessive, odd person apparently self-destructed.”
““Yeah, but the Tafts seem to have self-destructed quite wonderfully.””
“Yeah, but the Tafts seem to have self-destructed quite wonderfully.”
“Mr. NORTON: It came out of one of these guys telling us that he had self-destructed in a parole interview and tried to walk out of the room.”
“Moreover, in the short time he's been in office the Republican party has self-destructed.”
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