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Origin of vandal
Words nearby vandal
Example sentences from the Web for vandal
Yes, it has its problems—generations of philosophers would scoff at the notion that any single article could possibly represent the entire “truth” of a thing, and it endures constant attacks from vandals attempting to change the historical record.
Shepherds set their sheep loose to graze in Yosemite’s meadows, and vandals ravaged Yellowstone.Every Day that the National Parks Are Free in 2021|Emily Pennington|December 30, 2020|Outside Online
Last month, an apparent pro-life vandal destroyed the abortion clinic in Kalispell, Montana.
Mayor Bloomberg agreed that the “vandal” must be caught and charged with vandalism.
A dangerous vandal threatening the city back into a 1980s-style decline?
Mr. Assange is a dangerous vandal masquerading as a moral crusader.
Congratulations," reads Letterbombing.com in its welcoming headline, "You're about to become an Internet vandal.
The neighbors coming in to see the strange discovery, tore one of the pieces to atoms, in the true Hun and Vandal style.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 5|Hubert Howe Bancroft
Signor Vandal, wat, do yo go to de wensh in dit little basket.
A little farder, Signer Vandal, and den may put you head into de window, and cash de wensh.
Nearly all our public buildings were hit, and the places of worship were again a mark for the vandal.The Siege of Kimberley|T. Phelan
Its pages had been separated by some vandal who probably wanted to sell two autographs instead of one.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume II (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
British Dictionary definitions for vandal (1 of 2)
- a person who deliberately causes damage or destruction to personal or public property
- (as modifier)vandal instincts