Definition of 'obliterate'
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She decided to obliterate her rather embarrassing question about love - Roy, you wretch, make up your complex little mind, will you? SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2004)"Five years had failed to obliterate Eileen's liking for courtesy titles. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (2004)He'll try to obliterate every sign of his ever having had any connection with her. THY BROTHER DEATH (2004)
'I've never really understood why you didn't just obliterate the enemies with a wave of your hand. THE TREASURED ONE (2004)
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Used Occasionally. obliterate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'obliterate'
British English: obliterate VERB
If something obliterates an object or place, it destroys it completely.
Whole villages were obliterated by the forest fire.
Definition of obliterate from the Collins English Dictionary
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