Definition of devastator in English:

devastator

noun

See devastate

‘But he also talked Cate Blanchett into daring to recreate a truly beloved Hollywood figure in Kate Hepburn, all the while knowing that if it went wrong, it could be a career devastator.’
  • ‘Shackled tightly by luxury tax constraints, the Celtics were not able to re-sign the versatile Rogers or much-vaunted defensive devastator Erick Strickland.’

Pronunciation

devastator

/ˈdevəˌstādər/ /ˈdɛvəˌsteɪdər/