Meaning of wreaker in English:

wreaker

noun

See wreak

  • ‘The case of Bouzaglo, for example, offers a chance to examine the model of the wreaker of virtual mayhem.’
  • ‘There's more than a trace of Margo in Jules, the lying, desperate marriage wreaker of My Best Friend's Wedding.’
  • ‘I guess there's something radical about wreaking havoc in a factory - but who can watch this film and not root for the wreaker?’