- 1The action or process of demolishing or being demolished: the monument was saved from demolitionMore example sentences
- Although the first phase of construction was declared complete, demolitions and razing continue around it.
- With demolitions complete and piling under way, work is progressing on site to create the UK's highest living space.
- ‘The scheme is on schedule and demolitions are almost complete,’ insisted Smith.
- 1.1 • informal An overwhelming defeat: Ireland’s demolition of England
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- After 1953, the only signs of life at the Clarkdale smelter were the demolitionists responsible for toppling the two smokestacks dominating the local skyline in the 1960s.
- Siege is a team-based game type where players all choose a class of character (heavy weapons, demolitionist, Jedi, etc.) to play in an objective-based map.
- Lissy was already a marine biologist and Peter was a special force demolitionist.
mid 16th century: via French from Latin demolitio(n-), from the verb demoliri (see demolish).