Post-debate, ravaged by the return of Moderate Mitt, the president had lost his lead and (perhaps) the White House.
Ten years ago, a population of gorillas in Central Africa was ravaged by the deadly virus.
"Quickening" introduces the second room of the exhibit and features a diptych of pregnant women, their faces also ravaged by time.
A madman has just ravaged an elementary school in Connecticut, leaving 20 children and six faculty dead in his wake.
Her hands, arms, and feet were damaged from an immune deficiency that ravaged her skin.
The fame of his deed spread through all Norway, especially in those parts where the berserks had ravaged most mercilessly.
She set a hand on his shoulder, and looked down into his ravaged, haggard countenance.
Qudshanis itself was ravaged; the church plundered; and many priceless records utterly destroyed.
He ravaged the seas within cannon-shot of English headlands.
Large numbers of Danes landed on our eastern coasts and ravaged the midlands.