Unlike a lot of young musicians, you never wanted to be the shredding lead guitarist type.
Seconds later, a thousand-pound bomb cooked off, obliterating the firefighters, blowing you back, and shredding your plane.
Last month he stepped on a police stun grenade as it blew up, shredding his clothes and fracturing ribs.
Liberals often inject racism, economic inequality, and the shredding of social safety nets as the root.
Over the next decade and a half, she became increasingly obsessed with shredding her image.
Prepare the pineapples by peeling them, removing the eyes, and then shredding or cutting into very small pieces.
The itching is relieved by an action similar to that of shredding a coconut.
The faint spectral trees, dimly glimpsed through the shredding fog, were very pretty things to see.
The second, the kitchen-maid, is shredding macaroni for to-morrow noon.
A huge warrior in black, bearing a golden banner, appeared suddenly in a gap of the shredding ranks.
Old English screade "piece cut off, cutting, scrap," from West Germanic *skrauth- (cf. Old Frisian skred "a cutting, clipping," Middle Dutch schroode "shred," Middle Low German schrot "piece cut off," Old High German scrot, "scrap, shred, a cutting, piece cut off," German Schrot ""log, block, small shot"," Old Norse skrydda "shriveled skin"), from PIE *skreu- "to cut; cutting tool," extension of root *(s)ker- (1) "to cut" (see shear (v.)).