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Definition of "ruining" []

  • Present participle of ruin. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ruining" in a sentence
  • "And Memphis, though, although it's raining now and kind of -- it's what you call ruining the air mass because it's raining and it's cooler -- not as hot, as you may get a bigger storm ..."
  • ""Sakes alive now, Kirry," cried Nancy, "that's what I call ruining a good husband -- the man was willing to buy frocks for a boarding-school.""
  • "It's time to rise up, wake up America and throw these wacko left wing Congressmen and Senators out of office before they succeed in ruining our Country!"