Havoc

(from the article `Kristensen, Tom`) ...of poetry, Den sidste lygte (1954; `The Last Lantern`), is meditative and philosophical. Hærværk (1930; Havoc), his best-known novel, is a ...
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havoc

[n] - violent and needless disturbance
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Havoc

• (v. t.) To devastate; to destroy; to lay waste. • (n.) Wide and general destruction; devastation; waste. • (n.) A cry in war as the signal for indiscriminate slaughter.
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havoc

noun violent and needless disturbance
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Havoc

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Havoc

Hav'oc (hăv'ŏk) noun [ W. hafog devastation, havoc; or, if this be itself from English havoc , confer Middle English havot , or Anglo-Saxon hafoc hawk, which is a cruel or rapacious bird, or French hai, voux! a cry to hounds.] Wide and general destruction;...
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Havoc

Hav'oc interj. [ See Havoc , noun ] A cry in war as the signal for indiscriminate slaughter. Toone. « Do not cry havoc , where you should but hunt With modest warrant.» Shak. « Cry ' havoc ,' and let slip the dogs of war!&#...
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Havoc

Hav'oc transitive verb To devastate; to destroy; to lay waste. « To waste and havoc yonder world.» Milton.
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havoc

a lot of trouble, chaos
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