Verb(1) mark for deletion, rub off, or erase(2) make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing(3) remove completely from recognition or memory(4) do away with completely, without leaving a trace
Adjective(1) reduced to nothingness
(1) Today we do nothing but disseminate corruption in the world; we obliterate and destroy the world.(2) I want to strike back, pulverise, kill, obliterate anyone who has caused this harm to my city.(3) In this prophecy it talks about a key that will destroy and completely obliterate the world.(4) While executing their musical duties, the nine members obliterate their identities via different masks and matching uniforms and go by numbers rather than names, starting with #0.(5) Which city are they going to threaten to obliterate this time?(6) the special stamp should be placed on the left-hand side and not be used to obliterate the postage stamp(7) This terrifying shadowy swarm would obliterate the white light.(8) During World War II, he served with the United States Air Corps ├ö├ç├┐Statistical Control,├ö├ç├û where he helped determine the most efficient way to obliterate Japanese cities.(9) He has seen his country crushed under the heel of a ├ö├ç├┐liberating├ö├ç├û force which has destroyed its monasteries, killed its religious leaders, and done its best to obliterate its native culture.(10) On the bright side, the smoke has completely obliterated the sun, and we are no longer baking as if we were inside a giant oven.(11) The drifting snow obliterated lesser landmarks and covered the boundaries of roads and ditches with a covering several feet thick, making normal travel nigh on impossible.(12) And this fight to the obliterative finish ultimately cannot be a matter of killing people and toppling regimes.(13) It means disorganization, destruction, obliteration , of the institutions of government and nationhood.(14) Every single one had to be vanquished, killed, destroyed, obliterated , and dead.(15) Across the Berkshire Downs heavy clouds obliterated the moon and unleashed a swirling hailstorm that lashed the dark bills and motorway with an icy deception.(16) He appeared to be looking down on an aggressive fire coming up around the edges of the earth, a runaway fire that obliterated his surroundings.
1. erase ::
2. destroy ::
3. obscure ::
4. hide ::
5. kill ::
6. efface ::
Different Formsobliterate, obliterated, obliterates, obliterating
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