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Definition of "obliteration" []

  • The total destruction of something (noun)
  • The cancellation, erasure or deletion of something (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "obliteration" in a sentence
  • "Use more explosives than shown in the examples on large animals like moose, especially if total obliteration is desired."
  • "In situations where total animal obliteration is necessary, it is advisable to double the amount of explosives used in the first two examples."
  • "The movie ends as the remainder of Douglas's unit -- about to return to the front and certain obliteration -- sits in a tavern and grows teary-eyed listening to a German song of nostalgia, the final message being that nations 'leaders, not peoples, are the ones who want war."