Definition of catastrophe in English:
1An event causing great and often sudden damage or suffering; a disaster: a national economic catastrophe leading the world to catastrophe
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- Before this year of disasters even began, it was heralded by a natural catastrophe as sudden and violent as anything that followed.
- Had they been accepted we would have had a local environmental catastrophe and a national commercial disaster.
- This would be a cautionary tale of catastrophes narrowly averted and environmental damage now emerging.
Words that rhyme with catastropheanastrophe
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