Synonyms and related words:
algae, autophyte, bean, bloodbath, blue ruin, bracken, breakdown, breaking up, breakup, bring to ruin, brown algae, carnage, cataclysm, catastrophe, cave, cave-in, climber, collapse, condemn, conferva, confervoid, confound, consume, consumption, crack-up, crash, creeper, damn, damnation, deal destruction, debacle, decimate, decimation, demolish, depredate, depredation, desolate, desolation, despoil, despoilment, despoliation, destroy, destruction, devastate, devastation, devour, diatom, disaster, disintegration, disorganization, disruption, dissolution, dissolve, engorge, fern, fruits and vegetables, fucus, fungus, gobble, gobble up, grapevine, green algae, gulfweed, gut, gut with fire, havoc, hecatomb, herb, heterophyte, holocaust, incinerate, ivy, kelp, lay in ruins, lay waste, legume, lentil, liana, lichen, liverwort, mold, moss, mushroom, parasite, parasitic plant, pea, perdition, perthophyte, phytoplankton, planktonic algae, plant families, puffball, pulse, ravage, raze, red algae, rockweed, ruin, ruinate, ruination, rust, saprophyte, sargasso, sargassum, sea lentil, sea moss, sea wrack, seaweed, shambles, shipwreck, slaughter, smash, smashup, smut, spoliation, succulent, swallow up, throw into disorder, toadstool, total loss, unbuild, undo, undoing, unleash destruction, unleash the hurricane, unmake, upheave, vandalism, vandalize, vaporize, vetch, vine, washout, waste, wort, wrack and ruin, wreak havoc, wreck

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