annihilate[ uh-nahy-uh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF annihilate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANNIHILATE
Our presence bestows not being on it: our absence does not annihilate it.
She can create and annihilate, and dispose at pleasure her woods, her rocks, and her rivers.
At such times, Mr. Quinn felt as if he could annihilate an Englishman.
He tried to close his senses, to subdue and annihilate them.
Nothing is more difficult than to expose or annihilate a falsehood.
Their object is to annihilate civilisation by exterminating the civilised.
Or they may have supposed Falk had come in only to annihilate me completely.
As your captain says, he could annihilate the lot of them before they crushed in the front door.
The army he had hoped to annihilate was on its steady and orderly march for Richmond.
Philip will annihilate the reformers there, or they will shake off the yoke of Spain.