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DESTRUCTION, n.

1. The act of destroying demolition a pulling down subversion ruin, by whatever means as the destruction of buildings, or of towns. Destruction consists in the annihilation of the form of any theing that form of parts which constitues it what it is as the destruction of grass or herbage by eating of a forest, by cutting down the trees or it denotes a total annihilation as the destruction of a particular government the destruction of happiness.
2. Death murder slaughter massacre.

There was a deadly destruction throughout all the city. 1 Samuel 5 .

3. Ruin.

Destruction and misery are in their ways. Romans 3 .

4. Eternal death.

Broad is the way that leadeth to destruction. Matthew 7 .

5. Cause of destruction a consuming plague a destroyer.

The destruction that wasteth at noon-day. Psalms 91 .


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