પાયમાલી, વિનાશ, વિધ્વંસ, બરબાદીઉત્પાત
Noun(1) violent and needless disturbance
(1) With that, the fight broke loose, along with pure havoc and destruction.(2) A tornado is a funnel-shaped cloud that descends on land, creating havoc and destruction in its wake.(3) Marcellus was struck down sick and incapacitated when a galactic storm struck the outer planets, creating destruction and havoc .(4) It is obvious that if foxes were a serious threat to agriculture, half a million of them would cause devastation and havoc .(5) Many people fear that if children weren't at school they be wreaking havoc in the streets all day.(6) For the second time that morning the capricious wind was wreaking havoc .(7) Man-made destruction seems easier to understand and explain than indiscriminate natural havoc .(8) the hurricane ripped through Florida causing havoc(9) The disease was first noted in France in 1847, where it soon spread and caused widespread havoc to vineyards and wine quality.(10) The black striped mussel has caused millions of dollars worth of damage to marine industries around the world, and can cause havoc for shipping.(11) Off-road bikers wreaking havoc are being warned that police could soon have the power to confiscate their machines.(12) In this one, she's a scientist trying to deal with an enormous octopus wreaking havoc in San Francisco.(13) A number of school pupils and restaurant staff are being put in quarantine as the north west battles to stop the Sars virus wreaking havoc .(14) Since it was launched five weeks ago, several people have contacted the It's Your Call hotline to complain about teenage bikers wreaking havoc .(15) A notorious pyramid selling scam, which caused havoc among small communities on the Isle of Wight last year, has reared its ugly head in Scotland again.(16) schoolchildren wreaking havoc in the classroom
(1) wreak havoc :: પાયમાલી ગુસ્સો ઇ
2. disorder ::
3. mayhem ::
1. order ::
2. orderliness ::
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A small human wreaks HAVOC
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 12
It is time to cry HAVOC
and let slip the dogs of war.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 19
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