wreak havoc

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wreak havoc (third-person singular simple present wreaks havoc, present participle wreaking havoc, simple past and past participle wreaked havoc)

  1. To cause damage, disruption, or destruction.
    The storm wreaked havoc on his garden.

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Beware the misspelling wreck havoc.

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