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use "wreak" in a sentence

Robin locks Thornton in an asylum with a threat to kill him if he returned, but he ignored the warning and returned, determined to wreak his revenge on Isabella.

History Shinmas are god-demons that wreak havoc on the human world.

The Fatimids took their revenge by sending the
he accused the minor Rostislavichi ruling insignificant domains in the Kievan land of killing his relatives, and expelled them.

During 1712-1722 during the greater wrath Munksnäs manor was uninhabited.

Act III Irmaklï revokes the permits, unleashing the owners' wrath.

At the same time, she has to carefully conceal her husband's condition so as not to lose the jobs and incur the parents' wrath.

The dog is only trying to protect himself from the wrath of the farmer by hunting the bunnies.

Upon seeing no prisoners in sight, the Japanese turned their wrath on the remaining civilians who had failed to heed the warning from the guerrillas to leave.

A letter which Prince Frederick Charles wrote in Bazaine's favor only added to the wrath of the people, who cried aloud for his execution.

During the Age of wrath the Namaru acted as leaders.

An enraged Kahn the Warrior, protective of Jewel, strikes back and the Overlord now has to save Spree and Heaven's Peak from his wrath.

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