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autodestructive

Definitions

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  • adjective Self-destroying

Etymologies

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auto- +‎ destructive

Examples

  • Which would make them autodestructive Werewolf/Things.

    princeofcairo: An Anatomy of Horror

  • Encountering Debord's words today, as they further an elaborate military analogy spoken atop footage from a cinematic depiction of the Crimean War, it is impossible not to reinterpret his language now as an autodestructive maneuver, deftly undermining his own twenty-first-century legacy as academic commodity in the nostalgia trade of May '68 philosophical memorabilia.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Encountering Debord's words today, as they further an elaborate military analogy spoken atop footage from a cinematic depiction of the Crimean War, it is impossible not to reinterpret his language now as an autodestructive maneuver, deftly undermining his own twenty-first-century legacy as academic commodity in the nostalgia trade of May '68 philosophical memorabilia.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Encountering Debord's words today, as they further an elaborate military analogy spoken atop footage from a cinematic depiction of the Crimean War, it is impossible not to reinterpret his language now as an autodestructive maneuver, deftly undermining his own twenty-first-century legacy as academic commodity in the nostalgia trade of May '68 philosophical memorabilia.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Encountering Debord's words today, as they further an elaborate military analogy spoken atop footage from a cinematic depiction of the Crimean War, it is impossible not to reinterpret his language now as an autodestructive maneuver, deftly undermining his own twenty-first-century legacy as academic commodity in the nostalgia trade of May '68 philosophical memorabilia.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Encountering Debord's words today, as they further an elaborate military analogy spoken atop footage from a cinematic depiction of the Crimean War, it is impossible not to reinterpret his language now as an autodestructive maneuver, deftly undermining his own twenty-first-century legacy as academic commodity in the nostalgia trade of May '68 philosophical memorabilia.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Or if you prefer your ­metaphors more poncey, the Project's ­implosion rather puts me in mind of ­autodestructive art.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

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