Examples of vandalism in a Sentence
acts of theft and vandalism
He was arrested for vandalism.
Recent Examples of vandalism from the Web
The historic train station endured years of theft and vandalism after closing in 1988.
In 1994, Singapore even caned— a common form of corporal punishment here — American teenager Michael P. Fay after his conviction for theft and vandalism.
The frenzied atmosphere, with its aggressive fundraising, heated rhetoric and reports of vandalism and threats, resembles the height of a much larger political race.
The authorities said the man was expected to face charges such as institutional vandalism and criminal defacement of property over $500, a felony.
Looting, vandalism and arson erupted and spread from the intersection, eventually reaching the Dumesnil area.
Gilles' home life is a mild improvement, though his recent academic woes — to say nothing of his love of thievery, vandalism and dynamite — have caused no end of friction.
Fourteen male students at Arlington High School stand accused of vandalism and property damage that included spray-painting a swastika and anti-gay slurs on the school’s exterior officials said.
Besides assault and making threats, Clark is also being held on suspicion of vandalism and making harassing 911 calls.
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VANDALISM Defined for English Language Learners
: the act of deliberately destroying or damaging property
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