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  • noun a wrecker of houses

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Examples

  • Delmar [one of Ross's mentors] was a sonic housewrecker: he brought down the walls of song with sledgehammer chords to let sunlight in.

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  • Delmar [one of Ross's mentors] was a sonic housewrecker: he brought down the walls of song with sledgehammer chords to let sunlight in.

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  • And with the exception of a few rainy patches, in which the party didn't exactly look "like a housewrecker: Elise Estrada's audience consisted of 22 confused-looking Japanese exchange students," the event was pretty busy throughout.

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  • And with the exception of a few rainy patches, in which the party didn't exactly look "like a housewrecker: Elise Estrada's audience consisted of 22 confused-looking Japanese exchange students," the event was pretty busy throughout.

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