a destructive act; a policy that is destructive to the economy.
the destructive power of weapons.
the octopus of destructive politics.
dry [destructive] distillation
Such a habit is destructive to the morals of youth.
It is the most destructive storm in 20 years.
In the end, it will be destructive of our whole society.
he tries to stay the destructive course of barbarism.
Severe damage witnessed the destructive force of the storm.
a baleful look.Baneful is said most often of that which is actually harmful or destructive:
Laser Raman Microspectrometry(LRM) is an important non destructive method for analyse of fluid inclusions.
Those anticancer drugs are effective, but also destructive to white blood cells.
Geological radar is a non-destructive test instrument that detect the underground objects by the quality of discontinuousness of the underground medium.
He is survived by his wife and children. Frequently, however, tosurvive is to remain alive following something potentially destructive to life:
他妻子和孩子们活得都比他长。 但是通常survive 指在经受破坏性的生命危险之后仍存活了来：
Do not look that powerful nation individual contestant impulse feet and so on Indonesia, Malaysia, their minacity and the destructive power are limited.
It appears to me the worst instrument of arbitrary power, the most destructive of English liberty and the fundamental principles of law, that ever was found in an English lawbook.
It is the art of an Aboriginal group with an extensive and highly destructive contact history who are reclaiming their Aboriginality through the creation of their own modern, urban art form.
Put forward the theory about the apparent hathochromic or hypsochromic shift on absorption peak caused by the constructive and the destructive interferences.