Destruction and Generation

Destruction

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Destruction noun – The state or fact of being rendered nonexistent, physically unsound, or useless.
Generation is an antonym for destruction.
Nearby Words: destructive, destitution, destructively, destructible, destructor
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Generation

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Generation noun – Group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent.
Destruction is an antonym for generation in topics: creation, era.
Nearby Words: general, generate, generator, generality, generative
Antonyms for Generation
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certain certain destruction certain generation
future future destruction future generation
initial initial destruction initial generation
actual actual destruction actual generation
Other adjectives: massive, extreme, little, major, immediate, possible, past, final, subsequent, recent, nuclear.

Both words in one sentence

  • Anime / Gundam Build Fighters Try The new generation Gunpla Battle systems have variable damage settings, allowing Gunpla models to suffer only light scuffing instead of complete destruction at lower levels.
  • Video Game / Phantasy Star III Generation Ships: The Alisa III is just one such model that escaped the destruction of Palma.
  • Taken together, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings are a tale of how a single hobbit family brought about the downfall of the Evil Overlord Sauron, with the first generation recovering the lost One Ring and the second generation proving instrumental in its destruction.
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Generation and Destruction. (2016). Retrieved 2021, October 23, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/destruction/generation
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