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- n. someone who ruins.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, ruins.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who ruins or destroys.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who destroys or ruins or lays waste to
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I’m curious as to what your definition of "ruiner" is … some of these things, like Kate’s pregnancy might take something away from the viewers who know this beforehand.
The ruiner is a collector is a defector serving his shit to his flies lies. lies, lies,….
Forget the "ruiner" symantics … this is no different to last season’s leaked stuff that you dissed?
Then there is the famous e-collar, a punishment training tool, that can be a great training tool or in most cases when handled by someone that doesn't know what he is doing - a dog ruiner.
There was also the huge open not yet built gap in the wall directly behind venom when it detonated which was on the opposite side of the building as the huge crowd watching the final battle. am i the only one to notice this crap? venom is not dead. maybe eddie but not the symbiote. and "venom" doesnt necessarily need to be eddie im spent ruiner on Mar 19, 2009
"Aye, and when thy beard has grown, thou'lt be a rare Peshawar ruiner - so ye swagger enough, and curl thy hair round thy finger, and spit from the back of thy throat -"
"Will you raise your head, mother of discord and ruiner of good food?" says Izzat.
I was a conscienceless exploiter of men, a ruiner of families, a disgusting plutocrat who cared nothing for anyone but myself.
Playing a historical second to the King of Internet Memes, LOLCats, is the highly not-safe-for-work -or-anything-else Goatse.cx, the grandfather of gross, the ruiner of innocence, the progenitor of the phrase “What is seen cannot be UNseen,” the linkbomb that topped them all.
The kind of information I consider to be a ‘ruiner’ would be details such as the closing scene of an episode, a pivotal plot point, or any other aspect that would be best enjoyed without forewarning.
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