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Noun
/ˈvandlˌizəm/,
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Action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to public or private property,
  1. Action involving deliberate destruction of or damage to public or private property


  1. willful wanton and malicious destruction of the property of others
  2. (vandal) someone who willfully destroys or defaces property
  3. (vandal) a member of the Germanic people who overran Gaul and Spain and North Africa and sacked Rome in 455
  4. Vandalism is the behaviour attributed originally to the Vandals, by the Romans, in respect of culture: ruthless destruction or spoiling of anything beautiful or venerable. Such action includes defacement, graffiti and criminal damage.
  5. Vandalism is an Australian electro house music group. It comprises DJ Andy Van (previous member of Madison Avenue) and vocalist/songwriter Cassie Van.
  6. (The Vandals) The Vandals are an American rock band established in 1980 in Huntington Beach, California. They have released ten full-length studio albums and two live albums and have toured the world extensively, including performances on the Vans Warped Tour. ...
  7. (Vandal (band)) Vandal were an American glam metal band from Chicago, Illinois formed in the late 1980s. Vandal was founded by guitarist Dan Donegan, bassist Bob Feddersen, drummer John Sullivan, and vocalist Lance Thomason. Donegan went on to found the hard rock band Disturbed.
  8. (Vandal (record producer)) Vandal is a Tech Funk, Breakbeat and Electronica producer from Sheffield, England. He is currently recording for Meat Katie's LOT49 record label.
  9. (Vandal (tanker)) Vandal was a river tanker designed by Karl Hagelin and Johny Johnson for Branobel. Russian Vandal and French Petite-Pierre, launched in 1903, were the world's first diesel-powered ships (sources disagree over which of the two, Vandal or Petite-Pierre, was the first). ...
  10. Willful damage or destruction of any property with no other purpose than damage or destruction of said property
  11. (vandal) A person who needlessly destroys or damages other people's property; Of the particular ancient Germanic tribe; Carelessly destructive
  12. (vandalistic) Having the character of vandalism
  13. (Vandal) An individual who makes bad-faith edits to Wookieepedia and/or inserts nonsense, often in the form of vulgar or obscene content and/or blanks pages and/or moves articles to ridiculous titles. ...
  14. (Vandal) someone who doesn’t write for the art, but to destroy and deface everything.
  15. (Vandalized) Vehicle has been reported as vandalized.
  16. (Vandals) (in  history of Europe: The Germans and Huns)
  17. (Vandals) A group of Teutonic (German) tribes, who, during the fifth century, fought their way west ward across the Rhine (406) and the Pyrenees (409). Led by their hero king, Genseric (d. 477), from 428 to 477, they went on to Africa where they captured Carthage (439) and made it their capital. ...
  18. (Vandals) Playable. Settled in Rome''s former northeast African provinces. Start as a horde. All around good units
  19. Used synonymously with malicious mischief; willful physical damage to property.
  20. To willfully or maliciously destroy, injure, disfigure, or deface any public or private property, real or personal, without the consent of the owner or person having custody or control by cutting, tearing, breaking, marking, painting, drawing, covering with filth, or any other such means as may ...
  21. Intentional destruction or damaging of property motivated by malice or revenge, referred to as Malicious mischief.
  22. The most open wikis allow anyone to edit their pages, without even requesting to log in. In that case, changes that are made are quite anonymous: the only trace left is an IP address, which does not make it possible to identify the author of a change. ...
  23. The act of defacing or deleting content from a page.
  24. obvious, unauthorized, malicious modification or destruction of data such as information on Web sites.
  25. Damage done maliciously, included in the extended coverage endorsement. Also called "malicious mischief."