The remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up | SYN: dust, junk, rubble, detritus.
1 > The remains of something broken down or destroyed
2 > An accumulation of fragments of rock
3 > Something discarded; rubbish
ETYM Latin demolitio, from demoliri: cf. French démolition. Related to Demolish. The act of demolishing.
ETYM French détritus, from Latin detritus, p. p. of deterere. Related to Detriment. Debris; fragments worn away, especially of rock. In biology, the organic debris produced during the decomposition of animals and plants. Waste or debris. Loose material (stone fragments and silt etc) that is worn away from rocks.
A remaining part or trace — usually used in plural
Any object that is left unused or still extant A dead body.
ETYM Old Eng. ruine, French ruine, from Latin ruina, from ruere, rutum, to fall with violence, to rush or tumble down.
1 > A ruined building.
2 > An event that results in destruction | SYN: ruination.
The remains of something that has been wrecked.
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