报仇, 报复, 施
He wanted to wreak something dark and unspeakable in him into cold stone
The wind will wreak havoc on my Garden.
He hurried to catch her alone, to wreak his tortures on her in a bitter semblance of bodily worship and satiated, then comfortably to spurn
They have wreak dreadful Havoc among the wildlife by shooting and trapping.
I am determIned to wreak vengeance on John.
The survivor is determined to wreak her revenge on the murderer of her family.
But, In the education of her child, the mother's enthusiasm of thought had somethIng to wreak itself upon.
To wreak vengeance and redress hatred
timid people always wreak their peevishness on the gentle