Slander, outright falsehood and misrepresentation will play havoc with his reputation.
At the end we were to play havoc with the rabbits, of which there were too many on the estate.
While the advance of time was affecting Bettesworth himself, another influence had begun to play havoc with his environment.
But the elephants like it and play havoc by night in the green fields.
It is frequently visited by furious gales, which play havoc with the steamers, many of which are annually wrecked.
Together they irregularize many verbs, and play havoc with vowels.
The fair Canadians make good use of the interval, and find it abundantly long to play havoc with the hearts of the other sex.
But much of this sort of thing will play havoc with them in the end.
Fever continued to play havoc with both natives and Europeans.
Then we saw to our sorrow that the gods had chosen to play havoc with his wits.