play havoc with

To cause destruction; ruin; injure badly.
The storm played havoc with the apple orchard.
When Ralph was arrested for stealing the car, it played havoc with his plans for going to college.
When Mr. White poisoned the cat, it played havoc with his reputation in the neighborhood.
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