Wreck and Wreckage

Wreck

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Wreck noun – The portion or bits of something left over or behind after it has been destroyed.
Usage example: found the wreck of the ship lying on the floor of the ocean

Wreckage is a synonym for wreck in help topic. In some cases you can use "Wreckage" instead the word "Wreck" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like thing, crash, ruins, ashes. popular alternative
Nearby Words: wrecked, wrecker, wreckage, wrecking
Synonyms for Wreck

Wreckage

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Wreckage noun – The portion or bits of something left over or behind after it has been destroyed.
Usage example: the wreckage of the cathedral was kept as a memorial and as a reminder of war's terrible cost

Wreck is a synonym for wreckage in help topic. You can use "Wreck" instead the word "Wreckage" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as thing, crash, remains, ruins. popular alternative
Nearby Words: wreck, wrecked, wrecking
Synonyms for Wreckage

How words are described

emotional emotional wreck emotional wreckage
burning burning wreck burning wreckage
human human wreck human wreckage
old old wreck old wreckage
Other adjectives: full, utter, actual, massive, serious, fiery, living, broken, twisted, burnt, burnt-out, smoldering.
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