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  • noun Plural form of wreaking.

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Examples

  • They had drained this land so much that their own sorceries were limited by it; only the Queen, of the entire Unseelie Court, could still work her wreakings with the Greater Magic.

    Bedlam Boyz

  • They had drained this land so much that their own sorceries were limited by it; only the Queen, of the entire Unseelie Court, could still work her wreakings with the Greater Magic.

    Bedlam Boyz

  • But the people were not satisfied with this flow of blood and passions were not subdued with these public wreakings.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 5, 1920

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