Synonyms for wreak
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bring, work, play, wreak, make forverb
cause to happen or to occur as a consequence
"I cannot work a miracle"; "wreak havoc"; "bring comments"; "play a joke"; "The rain brought relief to the drought-stricken area"
take on, knead, land, operate, fiddle, bet, process, work, shape, get, impart, add, work out, run, act as, function, put to work, flirt, trifle, take, forge, meet, lick, spiel, solve, make, roleplay, dally, fetch, act, figure out, form, toy, turn, mould, sour, playact, encounter, exploit, make for, go, bestow, play, represent, do work, mold, bring, recreate, puzzle out, institute, diddle, convey, crop, exercise, bring in, ferment, cultivate, work on, contribute, act upon, influence, lend, wager
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inflict (as wrath or vengeance)
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At some point and time he will have to answer for any crimes that he commits, but he doesn’t get to wreak havoc on our community.
Feral hogs wreak havoc on Oklahoma's farms, ranches and ecosystems, and cost farmers, ranchers and landowners.
I know there are old demons which are coming back to the surface. They are ready to wreak chaos and death, history sometimes threatens to take its sinister course once again.
Make no mistake, allowing Election Judges to carry handguns will intimidate voters and bad actors will use this opportunity to show up in Black and brown precincts and wreak havoc. This is dead wrong, texas Court of Criminal Appeals has a long and racist history of voter intimidation and allowing Election Judges to carry handguns in polling locations will only add to that ugly history.
I'm a Christian. If someone says something offensive about Jesus, I might find that offensive. But in a free society, I don't have a right to sort of wreak my vengeance on them, in a free society, there is a right to cause offense about someone's religion.
Translations for wreak
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- auslassen, rächen, verursachenGerman
- provocar, volcar, inflingir, vengarseSpanish
- kurittaa, aiheuttaa, kohdistaaFinnish
- provoca, a [[cauza]], [[varsa]] nerviiRomanian
- мстить, причинять, наноситьRussian
- hınç almak, hınç çıkarmak, intikam almak, almak, öç almak, çıkarmakTurkish
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