wreak

Part of speech: verb

To inflict; satiate.

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Usage examples "wreak":

  1. Upon the mountain's height The storm- winds wreak their spite: The shifting sands disdain Their burden to sustain. - "The Consolation of Philosophy", Boethius.
  2. There were none left to hate, to wreak vengeance on. - "A Cumberland Vendetta", John Fox, Jr..
  3. Two men, working swiftly, might wreak an unholy amount of damage in little time; in the resulting confusion anything might happen. - "The Affair of the Brains", Anthony Gilmore.