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    debacle - Dictionary definition and meaning for word debacle

    (noun) a sudden and violent collapse
    Synonyms : fiasco
    (noun) flooding caused by a tumultuous breakup of ice in a river during the spring or summer Definition
    (noun) a sound defeat
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for debacle

belt..having bacle ..if we (de)remove bucle from belt,the pant will fall.. then comes the complete disaster

De-BUCKLE (BELT) ... As in Belt's buckle got removed on stage.. which was a complete disaster.

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debacle sounds like the battle..any battle brings the sudden and violent collapses of people and wealth.


'Debacle' is very close to 'Buckle'. Columns of a building collapse due to buckling.

debacle- split it as de + bac + le --> to take step backward in career==>downfall .. hope its clear :)

de+bacle= the battle in the movie 300 was a violent breakdown for xersis

Dibbe (train ke) accident me ghir gaye. That means disaster.

debacle sounds like OBSTACLE..which can cause complete disaster

DEBACLE= deb + ac + le; when deb comes he always takes the ac room it is digester for us in summer.

Buckle "fell down".

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text: for the whole ghastly debacle
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