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The young engineer officer in charge of these boats, a premature graduate of the class of '98, was "afraid the boats might get smashed in the surf," and could not consent without seeing Col. Derby.
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One door is smashed in and things are pretty well soaked up.
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The oil stove long since had tipped over, glass was being smashed, dishes broken, pieces of each of these were rattling over the floor.
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The basin and the ewer had been smashed, the looking-glass was in fragments, and the sheets were in ribands.
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On the dressing-table were photographs of Philip's mother, the frames had been smashed and the glass shivered.
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His own drawings had been ripped in pieces; and the photographs, Manet's Olympia and the Odalisque of Ingres, the portrait of Philip IV, had been smashed with great blows of the coal-hammer.
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If the goat did hear, it paid no heed, but went on; and as the way seemed to be safe in the dim blue light, Saxe followed, till from twilight it began to grow purply-black before he had nearly overtaken the goat, which uttered a mournful baa, and stopped short, as a good-sized lump of ice flew by its head, and smashed upon the rock; and as the goat still advanced, another and another came flying.
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A runner of each turnout was smashed, and the occupants of the other sleigh came tumbling in upon the lads in great confusion.
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But the carriage might be smashed.
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As a finish he smashed the jug with a stone.
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Consider the case of the boy who smashed up his brother's new sled as well as his own, because he couldn't keep up in coasting.
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It was to the trade of bricklaying I was bred, and bricklaying I followed till at last, getting my leg smashed, not by falling off the ladder, but by a row in the fair, I was obliged to give it up, for how could I run up the ladder with a patten on my foot, which they put on to make my broken leg as long as the other.
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I can't be killed in a railway wreck or smashed when the car skids.
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The train had smashed the car to bits.
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They died at the Rocks, they were poisoned at the Summit, and they starved at the Lakes; they fell off the trail, what there was of it, or they went through it; in the river they drowned under their loads, or were smashed to pieces against the boulders; they snapped their legs in the crevices and broke their backs falling backwards with their packs; in the sloughs they sank from sight or smothered in the slime, and they were disembowelled in the bogs where the corduroy logs turned end up in the mud; men shot them, worked them to death, and when they were gone, went back to the beach and bought more.
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A table fell with a crash of dishes, a stove was wrecked, a chair smashed, then he was pinned writhing to the bed from which he had just arisen.
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This they did most thoroughly, but the officials seem to have kept their heads in the most praiseworthy manner, as, just as soon as they discovered that the enemy was upon them, they sent out distress signals by wireless, and warned adjacent stations by cable that they were about to be smashed up.
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The dynamo rooms and workshops were destroyed with flogging hammers and axes, everything breakable, including clocks, being smashed to atoms.
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There were, indeed, no fewer than five more in various spots, waiting to be bumped into and smashed.
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A third blow smashed the flimsy lock.
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Examples of Smashed

Example #1
Col. Derby could not be found.
Example #2
An effort was then made to obtain the use of three pontoons, belonging to the Engineer Department, which had been drawn up to the shore and were of no use to anybody.
Example #3
If you will permit it, we fellows will clean up.
Example #4
At this juncture Billy Gordon, who had been looking about the deck of the houseboat, stepped ashore.
Example #5
Miss Elting decided that they would be better off outside.
Example #6
Everything movable in the "Red Rover's" cabin was being hurled about.