- v. Simple past tense and past participle of vandalise.
- adj. Referring to something that has been struck by vandalism
“Kant said the "vandalised" painting was "hanging and sagging" and there were numerous gashes at the bottom.”
“vandalised" South African roads by overloading their trucks.”
“Those who looted, vandalised and terrorised in London, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham were in a tiny minority.”
“Your sculpture on Aldeburgh beach has been vandalised several times.”
“In Deraa buildings have been set on fire and vandalised, and the city has been cordoned off by troops.”
“Winner told the Observer the planned changes amounted to "disgraceful mutilation" and said it was "absolutely typical of how beautiful areas of London are going to be vandalised".”
“The commission, a flying naked angel inspired by the British Museum's Assyrian figures, was finally unveiled in 1914, surviving intact until the early 1960s, when the angel was vandalised, its genitals hacked off and stolen.”
“A 17th-century painting by Nicolas Poussin was vandalised at the National Gallery in London after a 57-year-old man reportedly sprayed it with red paint before being arrested by police.”
“They broke through the gate and vandalised property.”
“Her garden fence had been vandalised, she diles 999 to report it, and local Plod take three hours to turn up, so she makes an official complaint.”
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