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The boat was smashed by a huge wave.
Children swam and played in the waves.
A fresh wave of selling sent technology stocks even lower.
a frightening wave of drug-related killings
Waves of protesters began arriving at the stadium.
Demonstrators came to the rally in waves.
Much of Dresden was destroyed by wave after wave of bombing.
They were overcome by a wave of horror at the news.
The scandal set off a wave of anger among local residents.
She felt a wave of tiredness sweep over her.
Jack walked away with a wave.
With a wave of the flag, the cars raced away.