carnage, undoing, bane, wrack, wreckage, butchery, massacre, leftover, ruination, wreck, help, destruction, ruin, slaughter, mayhem, devastation.
Though the girl's rebuff had cut him to the quick, it was the vision of the havoc
his folly had wrought that stood between him and sleep.
It was about the first of October that we reached Belfort, and here we saw the first signs of havoc
wrought by gunfire.
He saw, too, that the havoc
wrought by age and grief had gone forward rapidly since he had seen her last.