Again he discovered that the devastator was a microscopic destroyer.
The destroyer of heaven, the devastator of the earth,—such is my majesty.
The latter, who knew a good cigar from smoking many bad ones, threw away the devastator and lighted Richard's.
Who, then, proved to be the devastator and marauder; the uncivilized Chinese, or the civilized Christian?
Margaret looked coolly enough at this devastator of hearts, and thought that her own cousin Carlos was far handsomer.
So Kaupepee resigned his kingship to his brother, and became a fighter, a devastator.
It has from time immemorial been known to man in all the countries it inhabits as the devastator of his flocks of sheep.
Devastation had fallen upon the devastator, the fortress was completely demolished and no dwelling remained.
Who is this devastator, this modern "scourge of God," whose deeds are not recorded in history?