destructional

destructional

(dɪˈstrʌkʃənəl)
adj
1. of or pertaining to destruction
2. geology (of landscapes or geological formations) produced by destruction
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The philosopher from Messkirch failed to come together with his predecessor from Stagira, but the frictions of his "destructional" project allowed him to develop and sharpen his own conceptuality.
The final morphology and structure are mostly designed by erosion and slumping, flow and block failure along the ridge flanks, and therefore esker is a destructional form rather than a constructional one (Huddardt et al.