ruined, lost, washed-up, spoilt, tattered, pillaged, impoverished, war-torn, incinerated, dead, sacked, totaled, burned, blighted, overturned, put to an end, reduced to ashes, kaput, war-worn, devoured, raped, engulfed, desolate, in ruins, wasted, upset, ravaged, gone by the board, gone, fallen, burnt, gone to pieces, consumed, withered, blotted out, killed, done for, broken, blasted, felled, despoiled, gutted, submerged, overwhelmed, scorched, shattered, overrun, finished, burnt-out, burned-out, sunk, burned down, wiped out, obliterate, mown down, burned up, done away with
annulled (part of speech: verb)
dissolved, negated, disaffirmed, undone, disclaimed, eradicated, annulled, nullified, denied, withdrew, abnegated, eliminated, canceled, deleted, vetoed, repudiated, divorced, withdrawn, invalidated, refuted, effaced, rejected, extinguished, abolished, dismissed, disavowed, retracted, revoked, obliterated, neutralized, undid
destroyed (part of speech: verb)
dismantled, razed, leveled, extirpated, annihilated, mowed down, knocked down, exterminated, desolated, demolished, torn down, smashed, pulverized, wrecked, bulldozed, devastated, flattened, disintegrated, ripped to shreds, vaporized, tore down, decimated, atomized, laid waste
- She had written him a letter of three lines: " There were but three": and she had destroyed the letter. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- The letter had destroyed the impression. - "The Heart of Rome", Francis Marion Crawford.
- He felt that the past was destroyed, and that the things which were once possible to him had come to an end. - "The Man Who Rose Again", Joseph Hocking.