Definitions

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  • noun A person who needlessly destroys or damages other people's property.
  • adjective Of the particular ancient Germanic tribe.
  • adjective Carelessly destructive.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When the first vandal is arrested and linked to a radical group or the teabaggers, Fox is going to disavow any link to the network just like they did when the Acorn pimp was arrested.

    Think Progress » Tea Party Blogger Hints That Pelosi’s Life Is In Danger, Warns Of ‘A Thousand Little Waco’s’

  • According to Fredy Amaya, 21, who lives the 2200 block of Prichard Road with his parents, the vandal is targeting Hispanics.

    Hispanics targeted in Wheaton tire-slashings

  • The notion of "don't feed the troll" won't avail us much, especially as the worst vandal is dedicated, persistent, and fairly well groomed (perhaps from his experiences at being banned from other venues).

    Balkinization

  • The proud city that would never surrender to the Northern vandal is now garrisoned by

    The Civil War In America.

  • She called the vandal a "pro-choice hero" and then said:

    FrontPage Magazine

  • Does that mean that money lifts an artist above being called a vandal?

    February 2007

  • If the reasons for being in Iraq are to control the region with a permanent military presence, and this agenda is determined not by a collective “we,” but by the corporate-controlled American government, why do we believe that the vandal is the person most suited to get the contract to rebuild the house?

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • If the reasons for being in Iraq are to control the region with a permanent military presence, and this agenda is determined not by a collective “we,” but by the corporate-controlled American government, why do we believe that the vandal is the person most suited to get the contract to rebuild the house?

    WHAT TO SAY TO KANSAS BUSHITES ABOUT GETTING OUT OF IRAQ

  • Our talk about the so-called vandal scandal prompted lots of e - mail: "Sure the building was not set on fire or bomb but the vandalism did occur."

    CNN Transcript Jun 9, 2001

  • But why would Harold Bloom, hitherto not known as a vandal, urge his readers to do such a dreadful thing?

    The Sad Captain of Criticism

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