- v. Simple past tense and past participle of wreak.
“Those 17 inches of rain wreaked havoc and several vineyards sustained a lot of damage.”
“And yes, those recalls wreaked havoc with police fleets around the country which favor the Crown Vics.”
“Brandon Routh guest starred on “Chuck” this whole season (which just ended in May) and unfortunately kind of wreaked havoc on the show … most of the fans hated him.”
“Of course, we were affected by the same ice storm that hit the rest of the Midwest just a few days ago and temperatures rose up into the 70s yesterday, along with the low humidities and high winds, it just kind of wreaked havoc throughout our area especially across northeast Oklahoma.”
“Brandon Routh guest starred on "Chuck" this whole season (which just ended in May) and unfortunately kind of wreaked havoc on the show … most of the fans hated him.”
“Some of their more recent releases have fallen flat with me -- haven't really loved a Hip tune since "It's a Good Life If You Don't Weaken" -- but this one wreaked of the Canadian band I grew up on.”
“Thirty years after a serial killer wreaked bloody havoc on the otherwise mild Pennsylvania town of Pine Deep, "The Spookiest Town in America" is gearing up for a huge Halloween extravaganza ... but something even more evil than that one killer is gearing up for an extravaganza of its own.”
“Of course, we now know the havoc that subprime lending wreaked on the economy.”
“The blank check given to Wall Street by Bush (followed by Obama) wreaked of the same stench that came from the bill of goods sold to America in order to declare war on Iraq in 2003.”
“Moreover, as the recession wreaked havoc on consumer spending, many leading retailers—including Macy's—cut costs, closed underperforming stores and invested in technology to improve efficiency, drawing attention away from customer service.”
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