kill off

  1. kill en masse; kill on a large scale; kill many
    Hitler wanted to exterminate the Jews, Gypsies, Communists, and homosexuals of Europe
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How To Use kill off In A Sentence

  • Although the 33-year-old artist and songwriter Harvey is no fan of the present system of artist subsidies, she does think that GATS will kill off an already poor subclass.
  • It comes amid fears soaring rents and beer tax hikes could kill off the great British boozer. The Sun
  • These figures kill off any lingering hopes of an early economic recovery.
  • He describes how the chains have persistently tried to kill off his profession, leading to declining projection quality in first-run theatres.
  • It has become a textbook case of how to kill off public participation.
  • Were we to kill off the wauling cats which make such a mess of the garden, the neighbourhood would lose its best garbingers. A Poor Man's House
  • Eventually, this larvicidal activity will be used to kill off many pest species. 5 Effects on Insects
  • Aside from resisting the urge to reach out and skitch a 100kph ride behind a passing semi, I give my mtb a bit of extra purpose by transforming the verge beside the narrow crumbling sections of road into a personal bike lane, and where reasonable I stop to drag the larger roadkill off the thoroughfare - today it was a wombat. Pull My Strings: The New Puppetry
  • Davis, who operates a computer service business in Baltimore, made an $1,152 Ultra Pick Six wager on October 26 using a touch-tone telephone with a phone account he had opened with the Catskill Off-Track Betting Corp. five days earlier.
  • Using drugs that simply kill off the worms in the human host, but do not prevent re-infection may seem futile when re-infection is almost inevitable in endemic areas.
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