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Definitions of ruin:

part of speech: verb transitive

To demolish: to destroy: to defeat: to impoverish.

part of speech: verb transitive

To pull down, destroy, overthrow, or make poor.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To decay; perish; be brought to poverty and misery.

part of speech: noun

A rushing or falling down violently: destruction: overthrow: that which destroys: the remains of a building demolished or decayed ( usually in pl.).

part of speech: noun

Fall; destruction; overthrow; that change of a thing which destroys it, which entirely defeats its objects, or which unfits it for use; subversion; that which destroys; loss of happiness or fortune; mischief.

part of speech: verb

To demolish; to destroy; to subvert; to bring to an end in any manner; to impoverish; to bring to misery.

part of speech: noun

Overthrow; destruction; downfall; that which causes destruction or decay; that which remains of something destroyed or fallen into decay; the state of decay or desolation.

part of speech: noun

Ruination.

part of speech: plural

The remains of any decayed or demolished place or thing, as a house or city.

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