obliterated

[ UK /əblˈɪtəɹˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /əˈbɫɪtɝˌeɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. reduced to nothingness
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How To Use obliterated In A Sentence

  • Daddy was obliterated and the Chief reigned supreme!
  • The missile strike was devastating - the target was totally obliterated.
  • The record has been much deformed, reconstituted, and obliterated during the subsequent Proterozoic and Phanerozoic eons.
  • The lateral leaves of somatopleure then grow round on each side, and, meeting on the ventral aspect of the allantois, enclose the vitelline duct and vessels, together with a part of the extra-embryonic celom; the latter is ultimately obliterated. I. Embryology. 11. Development of the Fetal Membranes and Placenta
  • Putting aside the hugely significant issues of the native Americans and African slaves whose rights were obliterated, the United States was built upon the promise of the unassailability of individual rights. THE STORY OF STUFF
  • Every single one had to be vanquished, killed, destroyed, obliterated, and dead.
  • All of a sudden the view was obliterated by the fog.
  • The goosefish is practically invisible lying flattened, with its darkly marbled skin matching the bottom color and the outline of its body obliterated by a fringe of branched skin flaps.
  • A grey drizzle filled the valley, obliterated the mountains and separated the receding regiment of trees into saw-edged platoons.
  • You must have felt that even the formula of the Church of Rome would be a blessed power to exercise, could it but once be accepted as a pledge that all the past was obliterated, and that from that moment a free untainted future lay before the soul -- you must have _felt_ that; you must have wished you had dared to Sermons Preached at Brighton Third Series
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