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Synonyms for apocalypse

Synonyms for apocalypse

something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

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a cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil

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Student John Wilkinson, 18, and teacher Ros Horton had a scream on the G-Force ride, while daredevils Theo Mason, 16, Dan Dunn, 17, and Ashford Brooks, 17, braved Apocalpyse, the cable cars and Maelstrom.
The three chapters of the second section are devoted, respectively, to a study of the fictions of passing in the first quarter of the century, the literature presenting the black hero in mid-century, and the association of blackness with apocalpyse in post-World War II American writing.
As an audience member pointed out, the proud capitalist Gino "enters a social apocalpyse and goes through a personal apocalypse.
A December 20, 1992, article from the National Geographic News Service identifies the fundamental problem in Africa: "Along with war and drought, the third horseman of the African apocalpyse has been overpopulation.
Musical numbers: "Angels Arise," "God Has Left the Building," "Original Sin," "Garlic," "Logic," "There's Never Been a Night Like This," "Don't Leave Daddy," "A Good Nightmare Comes So Rarely," "Death Is Such an Odd Thing," "Braver Than We Are," "Red Boots Ballet," "Say a Prayer," "Come With Me," "Vampires in Love (Total Eclipse of the Heart)," "Books, Books," "Carpe Noctem," "For Sarah," "When Love Is Inside You," "Eternity," "Confessions of a Vampire," "The Ball: The Minuet," "Never Be Enough," "Read My Apocalpyse," "The Dance of the Vampires.