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Definition of "smashed-up" []

  • A bad collision, esp of cars (noun)
  • To damage to the point of complete destruction (verb)

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Use "smashed-up" in a sentence
  • "Doing their best impression of two drunks high-fiving in a smashed-up car flipped in a ditch, both sides released statements painting the proposal as a political victory."
  • "Instead, I just add some ingredients to a smashed-up avocado and call it a dip."
  • ""There were a few smashed-up buildings, there was a petrol station that had been vandalised and there were people looting, but our resort was quite a way from the trouble.""
  • ""There were a few smashed-up buildings, there was a petrol station that had been vandalised and there were people looting, but our resort was quite a way from the trouble.""
  • "A smashed-up mobile phone that looked like it had been stamped on."
  • "Images of marijuana leaves and smashed-up cars and school buses appeared in dueling ads during the campaign."
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