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Synonyms for obliterate

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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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But obliterating stuff is what we expect from Arnie and he doesn't disappoint.
Attorney Stern said: "There is no lawful purpose in obliterating the serial numbers on guns, as this case demonstrates.
The rubble left over is dumped into nearby valleys--over the last few years obliterating hundreds of mountain streams.
For instance, in Kazan, 1997, a metal-melting cauldron captured from an awkwardly low viewpoint erupts with blue smoke that permeates the strangely hallucinatory space around it, obliterating distinctions between inside and outside.
The ending is brilliant, as blank quilt panels descend onto the stage, one for each dancer, obliterating all in brightly colored doom.
Ironically, says Head, the widespread fractures may also be obliterating compelling evidence of an underground ocean-namely, the smooth areas that would have been created by eruptions of water ice.
Current evidence suggests that coil embolization of unruptured intracranial aneurysms is usually efficacious in obliterating aneurysms and that its safety is similar to that of surgical treatment.
The Israelis are obliterating an entire province, not just by firepower, but by starvation and destruction of infrastructure.
She made 119 3-pointers this season, obliterating a school record of 70 she set as a sophomore, and finished with 275 for her career.
Magpies, led by the evil Slyekin and his malevolent henchman Traska, have gotten powerful and aggressive and are systematically obliterating other breeds of birds.
Pushing back the limits of pictorial space, destroying pictorial illusionism, destroying space itself, obliterating depiction, signaling the tautology of practice through a syntax of repeated tactics, issuing forth gesture as the index of bodily presence, offering repetition as the most sensual strategy possible.