Having been robbed and destroyed by force and violence


Adjective S.
having been robbed and destroyed by force and violence; "the raped countryside"

imp. & p. p.
of Sack


Usage Examples

I was nine or 10 years old and my father was sacked on Christmas Day. He was a manager, the results had not been good, he lost a game on December 22 or 23. On Christmas Day, the telephone rang and he was sacked in the middle of our lunch.

Misspelled Form

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Other Usage Examples

When a Cabinet Minister who is sacked for telling lies is re-appointed, in the face of every constitutional convention, only for the same man to be sacked again from the same Cabinet for the same offence by the same Prime Minister no wonder the public are cynical about politics.


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