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Singular
Havoc

Plural
uncountable

Havoc (uncountable)
  1. devastation
  2. mayhem

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The noun "havoc" is often used in the set phrase "wreak havoc".

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Infinitive
to Havoc

Third person singular
Havocs

Simple past
Havoced

Past participle
Havoced

Present participle
Havocing

to Havoc (third-person singular simple present Havocs, present participle Havocing, simple past and past participle Havoced)
  1. to pillage.
    • 1599: To tear and havoc more than she can eat. — Shakespeare, Henry V, I-ii
    • orig. from French - an order given after a battle giving soldiers permission to commence pillaging. Possibly derived from latin habere (to have).
  2. to cause havoc

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de:havoc el:havoc fr:havoc io:havoc kn:havoc hu:havoc ml:havoc pl:havoc ta:havoc vi:havoc zh:havoc

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