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wreak (REEK) (verb)
1. To cause something very harmful or damaging: "The devastation that alcoholism can wreak upon families is difficult to describe."
2. To inflict revenge or punishment on someone: "Melissa swore to wreak vengeance on Albert for all the cruel things he did to her during their marriage."

wreck (REK) (noun)
1. A vehicle, boat, airplane, etc., which has been badly damaged or destroyed: "Fire fighters pulled Kimberly from the car wreck."
2. Something shattered, destroyed, or dilapidated: "Bonnie's house was a complete wreck after the hurricane struck."
3. A person who is physically or mentally broken down or worn out: "The stress of Edith's final exams turned her into a wreck."

Wreak is easily confused with wreck, perhaps because the wreaking of damage may leave a wreck or maybe because the differences in spelling must be given special attention.