Reek, Wreak

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Word 1: Reek (REEK)
Meaning 1: A strong or disagreeable fume or odor.
Example Sentence: The garden shed reeks of rotten beer.

Word 2: Wreak (REEK)
Meaning 1: To cause the infliction of (vengeance or punishment).
Example Sentence: Often viruses wreak havoc on computers.

Meaning 2: To express, or gratify (anger, hatred, etc.)
Example Sentence: It is not right to wreak vengeance on innocent people.

Meaning 3: Bring about, cause
Example Sentence: The hurricane wreaked havoc on the east coast.

Example Sentence using both words:
The room reeked of the gutter and it wreaked hell on our senses.

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