• (v. t. & n.) See 2d & 3d Wreak.
  • (v. t.) The destruction or injury of a vessel by being cast on shore, or on rocks, or by being disabled or sunk by the force of winds or waves; shipwreck.
  • (v. t.) Destruction or injury of anything, especially by violence; ruin; as, the wreck of a railroad train.
  • (v. t.) The ruins of a ship stranded; a ship dashed against rocks or land, and broken, or otherwise rendered useless, by violence and fracture; as, they burned the wreck.
  • (v. t.) The remain of anything ruined or fatally injured.
  • (v. t.) Goods, etc., which, after a shipwreck, are cast upon the land by the sea.
  • (v. t.) To destroy, disable, or seriously damage, as a vessel, by driving it against the shore or on rocks, by causing it to become unseaworthy, to founder, or the like; to shipwreck.
  • (v. t.) To bring wreck or ruin upon by any kind of violence; to destroy, as a railroad train.
  • (v. t.) To involve in a wreck; hence, to cause to suffer ruin; to balk of success, and bring disaster on.
  • (v. i.) To suffer wreck or ruin.
  • (v. i.) To work upon a wreck, as in saving property or lives, or in plundering.

Compare wreck with other words:

annihilate vs. wreck

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freck vs. wreck

reckon vs. wreck

decay vs. wreck

wreck vs. wreckable

damage vs. wreck

mar vs. wreck

ruin vs. wreck

heck vs. wreck

debris vs. wreck

miserable vs. wreck

destroy vs. wreck

wreak vs. wreck

hoopty vs. wreck

ruination vs. wreck

crush vs. wreck

total vs. wreck

banger vs. wreck

hooptie vs. wreck

wrack vs. wreck

cradle vs. wreck

wreck vs. wreckage

wreck vs. wrecker

bewreck vs. wreck

restore vs. wreck

shipwreck vs. wreck

dilapidate vs. wreck

ruins vs. wreck

crash vs. wreck

collision vs. wreck

ruined vs. wreck

junk vs. wreck