Entry from British & World English dictionary
The act of deliberately destroying or damaging public or private property: due to vandalization in the past, a security system has been installed in the house
More example sentences
- We have to stop vandalization on farms.
- His first long poem, For My Son, describes the siege and fall of Rotherham in May 1643, the vandalization of his home nearby, and his role in negotiating the terms of surrender to Newcastle's royalist army.
- This is the systematic vandalization and humiliation of one civilization by another with technological superiority.
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