destructed


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de·struct·ed

 (dĭ-strŭk′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having undergone destruction; destroyed: After the earthquake, they walked through the ruins of their destructed city.
2. Of or relating to material that has been purposefully ripped, frayed, or faded to imitate age and wear; distressed: destructed jeans.
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Thereafter, all the distinguished guests were requested to join the site of destruction ceremony wherein the smuggled goods including liquor, beer canes, narcotics and gutka were destructed and torched.
Total numbers of destructed MQM's offices reached to 129, whereas sealed numbers of offices were 89.