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Definition of Havoc

Havoc

  1. Wide and general destruction; devastation; waste.
  2. To devastate; to destroy; to lay waste.
  3. A cry in war as the signal for indiscriminate slaughter.

Havoc Quotations

Economists treat economics as if it is a pure science divorced from the facts of life. The result of this false accountancy is a willful confusion under cover of which industry wreaks its havoc scot-free and ignores the environmental cost.
Vivienne Westwood

While one should never underestimate the ability of risk-besotted financiers to wreak havoc, the real threat to capitalism isn't unfettered financial cunning. It is, instead, the unwillingness of executives to confront the changing expectations of their stakeholders.
Gary Hamel

The abundance of cheap food with low nutritional value in the Western diet has wreaked havoc on our health; in America, one third of children and two thirds of adults are overweight or obese and are more likely to develop diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Ellen Gustafson

I am not a home breaker and I can never be. I haven't been brought up to create havoc in other people's homes.
Kareena Kapoor Khan

Let me be clear, Mr. President, mistakes have been made in Iraq. And this operation has been far from perfect as evidenced by the fact that Zarqawi and other terrorists continue to wreak havoc throughout Iraq.
Elizabeth Dole
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Havoc Translations

havoc in French is ravage
havoc in Spanish is estrago