Marked by great or violent haste: in a tearing hurry. (adjective)
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Use "tearing" in a sentence
"The Bush administration began their term tearing down the budget surplus the Clinton administration had achieved and talking the nation into a recession."
""That is what I call tearing the marrow out of a body's bones," said"
"I will share some of those photos once I actually begin tearing apart the room a bit."