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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ruin.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. doomed to extinction
- adj. destroyed physically or morally
- adj. brought to ruin
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Alan took a chip in the neck and it opened up a small cut that nevertheless bled copiously and ruined, * ruined* his favorite T-shirt, with Snoopy sitting atop his doghouse in an aviator's helmet, firing an imaginary machine gun at the cursed Red Baron.
Badly chosen baby names can lead to low self-esteem, low education and more smoking: study Most people would rather be single than date someone with an 'unfortunate' name, research shows Amanda Mikelberg / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Think your name ruined your life?
He was innocent of the first problem; the rain ruined their scheduled activities at the new park, a square block of reclaimed grassland from the surrounding urban waste.
Because yes, I've been away, and while we're on it - they friggin 'ruined the Enchanted Tiki House.
They've once again ruined a great piece of children's literature by 'dumbing down' the material for kids. lilme
Women who commune with trees and others in ruined temples are best avoided.
Transformers was good … maybe it was not as some people expected … but still a good movie … shero on May 29, 2008 meh, to say he (Ratner) ruined the X-men franchise is excessive, in my humbled opinion those movies were ruined from the start and Bryan Singer is overrated.
The win ruined the return to Buffalo for Daniel Briere, the former Sabres star who signed an eight-year, $52 million contract with the Flyers during the offseason.
It's dripping from my monitor and it's all your fault; your incredible title ruined my morning coffee, alas, alas!
He has his negative stolen, his name ruined, his actors abandoned the project and his various rough cuts were rejected by every major festival.