Assemble verb - To form by putting together parts or materials.
Usage example: it took a lot more time to assemble the model train set than the box said it would
Destroy verb - To bring to a complete end the physical soundness, existence, or usefulness of.
Usage example: their poor scores on the final exam destroyed any chance they might have had to pass the course
Both words in one sentence
- Nuclear Option: To destroy the shield on the Elysia Seed, you need to assemble and deploy a Theronian Thermonuclear Warhead.
- When the Na'vi assemble an army for war, the RDA tries to destroy the Tree of Souls to break their spirit.
- The Turtles go back in time with this verse's version of Honeycutt to obtain the pieces and destroy them before the device could be assembled, but the Triceratons are able to assemble it anyway.
Source: You Can't Thwart Stage One
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