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Definition of Wreak

Wreak

  1. To reck; to care.
  2. To revenge; to avenge.
  3. To execute in vengeance or passion; to inflict; to hurl or drive; as, to wreak vengeance on an enemy.
  4. Revenge; vengeance; furious passion; resentment.

Wreak Quotations

Like all of us in this storm between birth and death, I can wreak no great changes on the world, only small changes for the better, I hope, in the lives of those I love.
Dean Koontz

I'm a religious person. I remember my mom told me: 'Vengeance belongs to God. It's up to him to wreak vengeance.' It's hard for me to get to that point, but that's the work of God.
Rodney King

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

Farms and ranches contend with much more than quarterly reports and profit margins - the weather can wreak havoc on their quality of life and economic viability. When natural disasters strike, we must do all we can to assist the backbone of our economy.
Ruben Hinojosa

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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Wreak Translations

wreak in French is traquer
wreak in German is treiben, auslassen
wreak in Italian is spingere

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