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Synonyms for obliterate

mark for deletion, rub off, or erase

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make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing

remove completely from recognition or memory

do away with completely, without leaving a trace

reduced to nothingness

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The second initiative is the development of the new Obliterate feature designed to address requirements to cleanly remove obsolete files and other data from Subversion repositories.
The historical precedent for Lins's work is perhaps what Lucy Lippard termed "eccentric abstraction" in an essay for a show she organized in 1966: in brief, the fusion of surrealism and primary-structure Minimalism into a self-sufficient whole that would irreverently obliterate a host of dichotomies--form/content, flat/deep, negative/positive, even painting/ sculpture.
Our marketing challenge is breaking through closely held, decades-old, customer beliefs - we must obliterate traditional thinking related to data protection, and help prospects see that Revivio changes everything," said Kirby Wadsworth, senior vice president of marketing and business development for Revivio.
All food is comfort food here, as it manages to conveniently obliterate everything from uncomfortable reflection to bad relationships.
The main object of contention here - a ``steamball,'' about bowling-ball size - contains enough energy to power enormous flying castles (or, presumably, obliterate a Hiroshima).
Somehow, a buried narrative is suggested--as if it were impossible to obliterate the addictive storytelling that keeps millions glued to the TV screen.
The new femurs will join a population in the reserve so attenuated that disease, extreme weather, or even a spell of infertility could obliterate it.
Optum is the only provider today that gives companies closed-loop command and control over their entire supply networks to obliterate waste, maximize revenue and gain a competitive advantage through repeatable, optimal supply chain performance.
But it is bad that we now threaten to obliterate anyone who might offend others within these realms of human existence.
The cratering record on Earth isn't much better: Erosion and faulting obliterate traces of impacts.
But the far more prominent portrayal of the Roman goddess Pomoma would seem to obliterate that argument.
Julie is not yet in an advanced stage of pregnancy; Neel painted her hands, feet, and nipples delicately, and her red pubic hair and labia conspicuously, to show that pregnancy does not obliterate sexiness.
5 billion years old, that's diverse and interesting and well-preserved enough to interpret:' Over time, heat and pressure can all but obliterate traces of ancient life from the geological record.
Her second-act revelations are so powerfully cathartic that they obliterate all the pettiness that came before.
He already has been hit by more pitches than several entire leagues and is on pace to get hit 77 times this season, which would obliterate the minor-league record of 40 set by Rancho Cucamonga's Mike Campo in 2002.